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FRIENDLESS OLD MAN Jtelfarii Htublimtt DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1.50 per Year No. 42 HARTFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APEIL 18, 1919. ngo, since which time sho has refus- BEADS ODDLY STRUNG DUKKHUitST. cur from day to day he got curious ed to llvo with him. ' This fleoms to to know how the cat got the fish, BIG ROAD MEETING nor. M .0. Snell will fill his regular and decided to watch her. Followhe just a plain case ot a woman losing (By. I. D. Claire.) appointment at Concord, Saturday ing her ono morning Steve saw her ROBBED OF LIBERTY her tnsto for her husband. Tho fuSATURDAY APRIL 26 All the people want good roads, ture wooers ot Rosa, should sho have but sonic people want to pay for 'cm nnd .Sunday. knock over a crawfish chimney, pull Quite a few from here attended the tho crustacean out of tho hole with rucIi, will not ho embarrassed with a and others want to pray for 'em. rally at Hartford, Wednesday. court record alleging a long list ot her paw, and leisurely proceed to tho Young Wife Tired Of Aged disagreeable faults. Miss Elizabeth Morris was the river. She walked out on a log ex Owensboro-Bowlin- g Green Hen Taylor does git married ma It guest of her brother, Mr. Ernest Mor- tending into the water, adjusted the Husband Sends Him and Tins Is a gain' to givo tho Route Four County ris .and family from Friday until crawfish to the tip of her tali and VtCTOIlV I.OAX KALLV weddln' a Joint write up,. To Asylum Project Wednesday. WAS A BIO AFFAIR waited. A fow minutes Inter tho Mr. Ilosa! Park, who has been over cat rushed to tho bank with a fish a They say talk is cheap, but 't don't Tho Victory Loan rally, at Hart appear that way to a follut who Is Bcas for some time and who Is now foot long drawn by her tail. Stovo Mack Cook, Judgo of tho Ohio A lop:nl travesty wns onflctrri hero ford, Wednesday, was a big affair, at Camp Taylor, is expected homo vouches for the absolute truth of aiuwerlu' a slander Milt. country court ,has called a meeting ot shortly. .Monday when an aged and friendless and brought one of the biggest '.hU story. the rqad and fiscal officials of Ohio, Miss Golda Haughn spent Saturday old man was railroaded to the j crowds scon hero in a long time. The Tho flock law don't do much good r Davies3,-Butleand Warren counties H.VXKS TAKK ROXDS. asylum, mid public sentiment Is special train, carrying the mammoth night and Sunday, with relatives, of a.kcepln tho automobile hog from to meot at Beaver Dam, Saturday, the Washington community. aroused to tho boiling point. battle tank arrived on time, at 7:00 runnln' at lnrgc. The bond sale In Ohio county Is April 26, to discuss the feasibility ot Miss Haven Berry nnd sister, Mrs. Old man .lames llenr.wbo has pass- - n the morning, and n good crowd was Ivan Park, were In Owensboro. tho over, the banks having agreed to take building a stato and federal, aid highod his eightieth birthday, wns tho already there to meet It. In tho People is funny. They never give ffrst of tho week. tho entire Issue, amounting to $165,-00- 0. way from Owensboro to Bowling victim. Living a bachelor until he inoantlmo the banks, of tho county any credit to tho administration of .Monroe Leo, a A general sales campaign had Green. Tho proposed highway will was 05 years old Uncle .Urn married h. d arranged to take tho cntlro al-.- 1 city soldlor boy, who has or county that gits It out of very young ,woman. Ho formerly Ki.nicnt ot bonds, mid no effort at been stationed in a southern camp, been planned, and. committees ap- run through Pleasant Ridge, Buford, dobt. pointed and organized to have tho Hartford, Beaver Dam, Cromwell, has returned to his home here. lived In tho Taffy neighborhood. bond sales was nttempted. . At olevon matter in charge in the various sec- Borah's Ferry, Morgantown and on to Mr. and Mrs. Sain Longfellow, of About twelve yoara ago he bought : the tank loft tho car and on The younger generation would run tions of tho county when tho an Bowling Green. Tho officials ot tho are visiting relatives, here. property in Hnrtford and moved horo. t own power paraded tho streets, the train of progress off the track If A series of meetings began at tho nouncement was made Monday after counties mentioned havo accepted tho Tho expected happened, mid the old stopping in front of tho court house, older one didn't keep the breaks now Advent Church, near Hartford, noon that the banks would tako tho invitation to the meeting, and tho young wife disagreed. Tl.e course of tho strange fighting the man and the on. whole amount. Siiuduy night. The action ot tho support of the four counties is asThe breach widened and an actual, monster was followed by an army of Dr. J. II. Plrtlc and son, of Hart banks in taking all of tlie Issue was sured. Tho meeting will open at n legal separation, fol- - people, who expressed wonder ami though not If Browdcr had a givo me that finn ford, spent Sunday with B. M. Combs to relievo the public of the burden, 1:00 o'clock P. M. Citizens as well lowed. Living In the same house but jr.tna?oniont nt the murderous lnok-i- .i bunch of tohacker before I writ him nod family. but people wanting rooms, tho couplo con-'tn- g bonds In any as officials ot tho counties at interest ' different engine of death. At the court up last wcok I'd a said a heap nicer amount, as an Investment, may have are urged to attend and take part In United tho quarrel. Uncle Jim's en- - house n number of speeches oti things than I did nbout him. Rodman Wiley, Stato them upon application toany bank In the luoetlng. WHITKSVILLK. fcebled body was reflected In bis mado by soldier boys, who recounted Road Commissioner will be persent. the county. j..ontal faculties, and his condition their experiences on tho field of Vt-iita- y Ono ot Hartford's young Indies Mr. Wiley Is planning, to build a . Every ono seems to be very busy properly bo described as "Old tie and tho audience responded with had tho tooth ache a few days last Mlko Welch, of Point Pleasant, number of such highways in tho stato I1I3 enthusiasm. preparing for Easter. and childish." Monday morning Promptly at two o'clock week and looks like a corpse. If it'll Several from here attended the en- died suddenly in Owensboro, Monday with state and federal aid, and is vifo made affidavit that uncle Jim the tnnk was loaded 011 tho flat car bcon the heart acho I guess she'd acttertainment at Herbert Saturday Mr. Welch was a brick and tile kiln urging tho peoplo to map out tho w.is a lunatic. Trial was held and left for Hardlnsburg. ed like one, sceln' as how sho can't night, and every one reported a Jolly setter, and was on his way home from roads they want built. Ohio county-haand two hours later tho stan trouble. already nearly half the road doing some yard work in Michigan, way to tho asy- FATHER AXDSOX time. old man wns on his Mr. Evan Owen spent Saturda'y when ho died. He had ordered a through tho county and may get thi Tho evidence, 1)IK IN FLAMES lum, nt Hopklnsvllle. Fillmore Gossett's statute would meal at a restaurant and while wait- very Important highway without conaccording to citizens who beard It, roposo In tho Hall ot Fame If I was night nnd Sunday with Mr. B. A. ing for service turned sick. A waiter siderable extra expense. Every friend did not Justify tho verdict of Insanity, Owensboro, Ky. April 14. Ivan makin' tho fame statues. He brought Shown and family. Mc. N. W. Mosley and Mr. Hosea observed his condition and offered of good roads in the county should son lost me tho finest twist of hurley I've and some of tho Jurors, after tho trial, McCarthy and his Shown were In Hosevllle, Saturday, assistance, but he died within a few attend this meeting, nnd lend enexpressed doubts if the verdict was their lives by being burned to death seen in many a day minutes. on business. His remains wero burled couragement to tho enterprise. a Just ono. However, it is natural about 2 o'clock this morning when Mrs. Llvia E. Cecil Is visiting in at Point Pleasant, Tuesday. enough for tho Juror In a lunacy trial their houso was destroyed by fire, The feller who is always courtin' Report of tho Condition of Tho m Owensboro, at present. to tako it for granted tho accused is 'near Askln. In Ohio' county. Mr3. lnibllc favor hardly over wins it. It Mr. Wayland Ithoads, 'of Lexing Wal-to- r Beaver Dam Deposit Bank Mr. Herman Mldklff and Mr. crazy Uncle Jim on the witness McCarthy, who was in bed at scorns like the public sorter takes to Gnnau returned to Owensboro ton, with the Animal Industry divi Doing business at tho town of Bea.vor stand gave evidence of his sanity. Ho tho tlnio was badly burned, but tho feller who don't care a tinker's Monday morning after spending Sat- sion of the State Agricultural De Dam, County of Ohio, Stato said ho know ho was never a Snloman escaped through n side door. Tho d n whether It likes him or not. of Kentucky at tho close ot urday and Sunday with their parents. partment, was here three days last for wisdom, anil that ho knew his nro ja supposed to have originated business on 10th day Mr. Allen Lltsey is visiting his par- week, Instructing our farmers in tho a defective fue and when disnind was somewlm,t onfoobled About the only consolation nbout matter ot cattle feeding and the ents Mr. und Mrs. Late LlUey. of April, 1919. cnuse of his ago, but that ho was not covered by Mr. .McCarthy tho roof llvln' in town Is that you don't havo building and arranging of cattle '.. . a crazy wns falling In. Mr. McCarthy nnd to sweat and cuss and tear your barns. Mr. Rhonds is a sou of Prof Resources Tuesday a number of citizens In- - his llttlo son wore trapped in tho clothes gatherln' blackberrk-fc- , HEI'IilX. in dog McIIenry Ithoads, superintendent of Loans and Discounts. . .$ 419,832.06 In tho case and burning building. In opening a par-weterested themselves days. Sunday School was organized at the Lexington City Schools, and who Overdrafts, secured and to Hopklnsvllle to consult tho titlon door Mrs. McCarthy was badly Woodward's Valley, with a good was formerly a citizen of Hartford. unsecured 1,365.13 at the asylum. Tboso burned about tho fact and body, but authorities g One fit Hartford's c Everybody Is invitStocks, Bonds and other crowd present. citizens ndviso us tho asylum author!- - (t is not bollveed sho will dio. young" men drove out In tho country Frost and storms and fires fre ed to attend and take part. o-Securities 150,17005 U"s bay that tnoy see no evidence 01 Sunday, and while there u calf licked jMisses Cora and Orabell Thomas-so- n quently upset the best laid plans, and Due from Banks 65,862.71 Jh" old man's Insanity, and that after FLAfJ SKRVICK. all tuc dust and most or tho paint visited their brother, Mr. Noble an avalanch of advertising has up- Cash on hand 25,495.31 h .ldlng him a few days for observn-- j off his car, and Tins was mean set our news business this week. So Banking House, Furnition, will notify his friends to como T,R,ro w, ,)0 Sttrvlco hed at enough to say tho young man put Thomassnn and family, at Smnllhous, many of them came in at the eleventh 1,300.00 last week. ture and Fixtures Lnclo. Jim draws a pen- - ..... olmli1(,rinmi Prnsl.vtnrbin Chiirnh .L,w ..- - 1.1.. car as an for Mm ..... ....... ....... . . inducement to otlll Ull 11 us hour that we are unable to distribute - j)t 11(da Mr. Allen Johnson and family, of ,,. Ulin, SumI.iy Ux AprlK sion. as a Union veteran. Tho morn the cnlf to lick tho dust off. Some near tho Locks, visited Mr. Total ing following tho sending of Mr. Heur jfori,10 homor Jjoys ot ,,,, ,,rerinct people Johnson's them through the paper. Hence$663,425.26 Just will be uncharitable. forth we shall prepare for such an appeared in A t,,e ,loy!) returne(1 from Kurope. Mr. Bob Johnson, Sunday. brother, Liabilities ' to the asylum his wife Misses Willie Bennett and Maigar-e- t emergency, and shall not let it occur Capital Stock paid in, in county court and asked to bo appoint- - jor 10. cainpSt together with their Ileport ot the condition ot Tho King, of Hartford, were vlsitoro again. usl - parenls anU frIumiHi aro urBetl to bo to manage .hi $ 25,000.00 cash ed a Committee Rockport Deposit Bank with Mr. and Mrs. Vascoo Baird, SatSurplus Fund 39,000.00 ,1 uin uihiii luuiniMh w.u. .,.. program provent. An Interesting iib, Report of the condition of the Undivided Profits, less exmovement on 1001 10 uriug 111111 iiiick will bo nrrangod, nnd un Interesting Doing business at tho town of nock-por- t. urday and Sunday. County of Ohio, State of Bank Of Hartford penses and taxes paid . Mr. Homer Milllgnn and family 4,918.52 she deferred action In tho matter. and pleasant day will be spent. Kentucky, nt tho close of m spoilt Sunday with Mr. Mllligan's Doing, business at the town of Hart- Deposits subject business on 10th day ford, County of Ohio, State of brother, Mr. Everett Milligan, of to check IUtEAKlXO Till: ItOXDS. $384,600.38 Ilepnrt of the Condition ot of April, 1919. Kentucky, at the close ot Time DeposTHE FARMERS BANK business on 10th day Miss Tula French, ot Colorado, Is $209,906.36 594,506.74 its "What God hath joined together" ot April, 1919. ltvMturci's. visiting her cousin, Mr. N. M. Ruslet not man put asunder" probably Doing business nt tho town of Cen- Loans and Discounts. .. ,?4S, 176. 70 sell. tertown, County of Ohio, State Total $663, 425. 26 did not refer to tho courts, nnd tho Overdrafts, secured of Kentucky, nt tho close of and Mr. Joe Thomnsson and daughter, lltxiurces. .divorce mills keop up a steady grind. State ot Kentucky.) unsecured business on 10th day 374.36 Evn, visited his nephew, Mr. Almond Loans and Discounts. . . .$270,639.37 )Sct Threo couples have recently filed peStocks, Bonds and otljor of April. 1919: Duke, at Sunnydale, from Tuesday Ovordrafts, secured and County of Ohio. ) titions with tho circuit court to bo Securities 1,958.03 unsecured 10,63444 until Thursday. We, I. P. Barnard and John H. released from marriage mlstnkos. Duo from Banks Stocks, Bonds and other Resources. m 5,693.33 Barnes, President and Cashlor ot tho Pearl Mlllner disnvows her mar-riag- o . S, 322. 51 Securities 76,080.00 above named vows to E. M. Mlllner; nllog-In- g Loans and Discounts...? 5G, 47.1. 76 Cush on hand WEST PKOVIDEXTK. Bank, do solemnly Banking Houso, Furniture SS, 402.64 swear that tho above statement is Elder Edgar Allen filled his regu- Due from Hanks cruel and Inhuman treatment nnd Stocks, Bonds nnd othor and Fixtures Securities Ctf., of In4,500.00 lar appointment here Saturday, nnd Cash on band 22,985.82 true to the best of our knowledge and settled aversion. Sho says sho and 12,450.00 Other Assets not Included debtedness was unanimously called for another Checks and other, cash belief. Iior husband were married In 1915 S3, 427.30 tinder any of above 2,404.73 items ., year's service. I. P. BARNARD, Presldont. ' and lived together unltl 191S, when Duo from Banks heads Cash on hand 240.76 S.347.15 Jno, H. Barnes, Cashier. thoy spoarated. Rev. .Albert Mnddox preached hero Banking Houso, Furnl Hanking Houso .Furniture and Fixtures. 4.500.00 u ml ay. K. T. Bishop asks for a legal sepaSubscribed and s'worn to before. mo 2,200.00 Total 877,942.10 ture and Fixtures thlsv15th day ot April. 1919. v Mr. Hiram Carter, who has been ration from his wife, Nancy G. BishTotal $466,970.59 Liabilities. My com mission, expires January, op. Mr, Bishop avers he nnd his wife In France, has been discharged from Liabilities. $1C2,S9S.22 Capital Stock paid In, in Total service, and returned to his home, woro married In 1910 nnd lived unISth.. 1920. Capital Stook paid la, In cash Liabilities. happily together until 191C. Ac- ,...$15,000.00 Wednesday. FRANK BARNES. Notary Public. $ 40,000.00 Surplus Fund cash 5,750.00 cording to his petition Mrs. Bishop i Capital Stock paid In, in Mr. Kenneth Maddox has moved Correct Attest: Surplus Fund 20,000.00 $ 15,000.00 Undivided Profits, less excash I. P. BARNARD. into his now residence. has boon not only disagreeable but G, 000. 00 penses and tuxes paid.. 294.07 positively dangerous to his life and Surplus Fund Mrs. W. B. Wright's funeral ser- Undivided Profits, less exJNO. II. BARNES. penses and taxes paid. Deposits subject 4,851.88 vice will bo conducted by Elder EdC. P. AUSTIN. limb. Ho sots out that she has as- Undivided Profits, less expenses nnd tuxes paid. $47,8il.20 693.22 to check gar Allen, at West Providenco Deposits subject Directors. saulted him with pokers and broomTimn DoposIts.S 8.475.23 56.2S6.49 Church, tho bccond Sunday in May, to check $273,494.71 sticks, nnd hns, threatened to kill Deposits subject t TlmoDoposits$12S,560.00 402,054.71 nt 2 P. M. Cashier's Checks outstandhim. However, ho docs not nllogo to check.. , .$119,042.16 The Ladies' Aid Society ing 64.0OJ 611.5-Mr. Dick McConnel has recolved a Unpaid Dividends sho evor used Mrs. Jlgg's favorite Tlmo Deposwill give a bazaar at Weslej $ 22,162.84 111.205.00 its tolegrum, stating that his son, Bovo, weapon, tho rolling pin. Church, Nocre $t6G,970.59 Chapel Total Total $77,942.10 has landed in tho United States. Jennie Poach applys for a decreo $162,898.22 State of Kontucky.) Tolnl Mrs. Orn Mnddox, ot Hartford, Is Stato of Kentucky,) legal separation from her husnf Saturday evening, April, )Sct. )Sct. tho guest of hor brother, Mr. Azzio band, Chnrllo Peach. This couplo Stuto of Kentucky,) 19th., 1919. Given County of Ohio, ) County ot Ohio, ) )Sct Maddox, for u few days before going wns mnrrled in 1912 nnd sopilratod Wo, A. D. Purk and C II. Fralm. to hor new home, at- Island Station. Wo, J. W. Ford and C. O Hunter. are some of the articl According to Mrs. County of Ohio, ) Tour yoara later. Wo, W. H. Bean und Alvln Howe, 'resident and Cashier of the nbnvo President and Cashier ot tho nbovo fr her husband petition Peach's CAT CATCHES FISH. named Bank, do solemnly swear sale: whipped, beat nnd cursed hor, and Proddont and Cashier ot the ahovo r.amcd Ilanlc, do polomnly swear Pillow Cases, , that the above statement Is true to otherwise rondo her life mlsorablo. named Bank, do solemnly swear that that tho above statement is trill to Truth is stranger than fiction, tho best of our knowledge and Sho says sho does not know ot tho tho nbove stuteinont is true to tho tho best of our kitowlodgo and )? Towels, Aproi especially Steve May's brand of truth. lief. present whereabouts of tho destroyer best ot our knowledge and belief. pieces, Launc Stovo vouches for tho following story W. H. BEAN, President. A. D. iRK. President. J. W. FORD, President. of hor onco plncld peace of mind, but Ho got a cat from ono ot tho neighC. O. HUNTER. Cashier. C. II FRAIM, Cashier. ALVIN HOWE, Cashier. numerous otl is anxious to terminate tho period Subscribed and sworn to before Subscribed and sworn to before Subscribed and sworn to before bors warranted to clean up all tho bondage. of her marital so will serv day of April, 1919. mice and rats about tho place, In a mo thls-17two. this 16th day ct April, 1919 Ono of the most refreshing pett- - mo this 15th day of April, 1919. My commission My Commission Expires March 1, er-jac-ks expires January My Commlsdiin Expires April 22, week. That is, tho cat was warranttlous for dlv6rco recently filed in the ed, not tho neighbor. cat 1922. 30th, 1922. HEID, After the 1922. U T. Everytx .circuit court Is that of H. F. Keeton MARGARET MARKS. had beon on tho premises a few days Notary Public. FENA HOWE. Notary Public. against Rosa Keeton. H. F. alleges MRS.M Notary Public tho rodents disappeared, and soon tho Correct Attest: Correct Attest: none ot the customary chnrgos of cru- cat began to look hungry and lean. L. C. MORTON, MRS. 'Z. HARREL, Correct Attest: lA' and inhuman treatment, and does A few daya later Steve, who lives on R. E. LEB SIMMERMAN, ALVIN HOWE, URNIE CURTIS, rot mention tho time honored charge W. H. BEAN. ROWAN HOLBROOK, tho bank of Rough rivor, observed It. M. MCDOWELL, Ho simply says aversion. ot settled Directors. Directors. the cat eating fish. Seeing that oc- Directors Ilosa abandoned him many moons ... J -- m nt lady-lovin- .. --- . .... t k. .... , - be-H- h IT fa 'round me! ;It is Easter, the sweetness of Easter has found me! ,The newly leaved boughs of the trees nrc low swinging, The birds have come back to their hordes and are singing-The blossoms I missed have corns back to the meadow, Evcry last cloud has gone, and cone with it its shadow! And each grief that was crowding about me and shoving Is gone; for my loves shall come back to my lovinjj. j i i EASTER .i.iM... 1?it. l. -- e r.-.- - j- -t swaying! And the babies, their tresses all are playing! And their wee fingers fashion me garlands of clover It is Easter I grieved but my grieving is over! For the ones whom I loved, and who left mc back yonder, Have grown nearer with Easter, grown nearer and fonder; And when the breeze touches the wind-blowtree-boug- It is Easter; the lilies of Eastsr are n, 'round me, gladness, its love and its peace have all found me: To the ones whom I grieved for my arms are now nearer They were far and apart, now they're nearer and dearer! And each Easter that comes brings me near to the going I will find Oiem and love them. I know th-- y are knowing! I count up Easters until I have found them. With my lips on their hair and my arms tight around them. Judd Mortimer Lews. l:& t.-.- e I almost feel their loving, I almost hear their singing. And so all the gladness of Easter is R N mnn SMa ft. Mi HI SL2I n rarorjarTi J.Lg.!J mp p3l ftii" 3l,niU I "Except the Grain Fall in the Earth and Die, It Cannot Bring Forth Fruit." KRIIAI'ri bemuse tiie power of rising from (loath is In ninn so integral a part of his nature lie tint's it familiarly without : Mirprioe, never quite iodizing its from his dally deaths of trou- - j lile and struggle, lr.oa tin? death if poalR he cannot reach, tho d".iths of glndnws and love, of hopfs that d with each sunset, ho is reclaimed a thousand time-- . He cannot rcal'y 1I, for nil the seeming dentils that laiiy attunil liim. Tho lull intu the ground j rai-by the power nnd die. lie s, of life in htm, and new hopes, new j works he brings forth. r to eternal To sot tills things is liurtl for him, In I lit; within a material world of Ids own creation. Jle has t the Intea.-it- y of desire for liud-qualitJ I ri-e1 Ilfe-xivelo-i- ? -P f- .J5. . . -j? ?XJi ;?,. VCR BTi3 7y. - Ul. & .OStX-- i J 'IlU..- - R r&K it. .jm. .TviaJ MSBKa 1 u "A. ''. . jwi mWjf:M v -- i.M3m-- 'sfi w W,-rOW-i- ..l " mfsi js i Ai., ..".''&&v&ir z$L;$m ' . x? two Ihlmr h hii'lt kij.t tht early group MpUlt and fed It with pro-- ; found wiadout the delr of utemiil love and u simple, uueimiproiuUlng will to he the truth. Ho ftioU titrong a Ufe-itow- within him now that he Is Impound to cnwttf Ills own lesser truth, wondering tlien at hU dissutisfactluu. Sincere In Rejoicing. It If net so wiich bailor as perception that he bickn a looking In tlw wrong dlroctlon with cyiw dulled by dwelling i)ti inHltrrhil ohjoctH. Wlnsii tin. brlshUisttluy wim for oclulirutlut; I ,- -. w the IHon Spirit, he goes to the wwmw wmmmimmmmfmmau TIIRHf IOU Mfl ladenl'd churches, rejoicing In the flower-beautthat surges Into bloom for the feast and In the mas.-e- d ehuml I i singing of tint hem. Surely he la sinWhole World Rejoices That "the a resurrection fragment cere; thus loving, thus praising, thus entering Into the service which the not INORNING Infidel" Has Been Driven dan of life's Imfe fy. priests anil peflple hold? With less lli so quickly shrouded by nijht but ihe ' breaking of an eternal sunlijht ovr the ttcrnil From Holy City. keenness of sight, however, for the hilk pure spiritual proving of the truth will he celebrated In THHAT tn ovMht!minj difiVrwice to ih than those few were blest with who long ago, at the earliest IJaster, after lestlne as never before this vv heirt which hddi the nitnClvut berwftn ny centuries, nnd nil the pnna dy nd the tvtrltiiin norrowi long sorrow ami waiting, saw the real na rhrl-tln- ti hJovvj ttllinj or mysitry jl resurrection, yet perceived the greater world will celebrate Toi"y "" by ttie sloom With mid deptmr ivver. orrow tomorrow all that onceduelled spiritual one through It. fenor mirrcd vimkc once ,,,",that the handV of the "Intldel heht tlwt fhmei from ISM he. knows It Is In the churches y hf4'inetjcf d,MpPo,ntmfnt or obicur.ty T ' Hint he will lltnl the mystery of the lurk Is removed. tomorrow, nothing benveca no 0c inorin:e new tlouer that Is to rise. It Is alif is eviicuy (ii i yiM since the :loud, no time Imervminft but tace ta uce wan Ik hvtd. Jtw Turk drove out the Christians and took Jew Jeiui who enw Jiu ways there, to lie realize! at each ho iulTred. Jiut vho died. Jesui who row of .lerusaleni, nfrer It had kneeling, to he sown anew In each Iki-i- i taken hy Frederick II. JIareh 1", m clcnsoi riurreeuoa heart, to give fostering care, to brood IL'JO, who crowned himself king of the MOW the hted nd indntmct view over and hles the soil of the heart hi I Now ihe tumult the vtilcn of perfect kingiliim. In Imitation of Unit while waiting, to tell over and oer life eternill earlier kliiK of .lertntalem. Godfrey of ind " rfe then the jnt and then the again at every time the questioning long New die weeping and ih ughi llutlillon (1U!0) heart Is lifted up to It that what the "j Unddie teirlesj eyeil Now our der ones mystery of life can do for the lesser Land of Pilnrlmane. dyinj then no more ptrtingl Now the wter grain It Is bound to do by an out Palestine had been nslsncd to the dividing then no more e I INow the open the rewrrection greetina. truer measure of the same law for the Kinprror or the laint In .'W5 A. I)., and K've tarewell-ih- en then spiritual growth. was nominally Chrlntlan at that n,,,,,, 'Now the night windi chilling ind k.llmRMorn.ng lJ morn,n8 llf,,n. ld. brighien-nI1..Kwhen nllirrlinnff.. t.. ll... ..w, !.,.n,l I,... . Teaches Great Truth. ... r, I.. nlnntl ...i. u,t -" , .... .i...f .. r "" ,u nin.mli in. I fV.rn.n.Y n Morning 1.....1- ......I..- -, i. imi nuni me iiiniii.ji oi .doming widi an eternity in it One can turn he'ter. after tltnt realreins iiecnine n rcguinr pursuit in nil rnornmjl ization, to the full springtide and feel the places Identllled with the life of , even gladder than nature, knowing ,sudlof fiHintelligence irradiated by uulthM 0ny J0u1, contact wuh ihe the touch of the eternal (lower within. This vni the period that might nl- - dies could give u to recognize our heavieit Wandering amid the old myths, tilled most be termed the ClirHtliitiUIng of croii. when it eomei to croA-- u there, We with their beauty and their deathless w'" 8f"' U,L" l'alestlno, for ChrKtliinlty had devol- - ' " find ,r f$'V :, attachment to life, one feels always oped far more vigorously at Home and " under the shndow of ended tilings, .,, , ., ,, , .will meet ui at rcunianv . . ...ii.T upon the verge where all reality has hii empiru oJJ forRO,ten m elern, g,in. We shall find imris oi in.- - i than in the Holy Land Itself, up to this gone down In darkness. The last tig h ltnwael ssvallosved up in open vie- time. Cotmtnntliie hud made it the tory. We slull hnd our hidden tears terming and perfect poetry of these myths linsiate religion ami Helena had found diai-- gemt We shall find die complete fulgers like gorgeous uiisiinkeu sunsets. fillment cf ever promise ind the exceeding great hi- - "True Cro?s," so that there was a As the Inte- -t comer among them many great stirring of- - Interest throughout reward of all our faith. may class the great Chilstiim story of the land. Many line churches were fH. what a time of finding of all that Is dear, the It is indeed a great and desired, and best I For it Is the Resurbuilt, and Justinian erected the Golden myth, a superlative myth In the real away, date and part of a great church, now rection Dana die stone is rolled crossed the gates meaning of the word as a narrative the veil are flung back the boundary is II c III Aksn moque founded on a remote event. Hut the is torn singular, lone truth It synipollzes like Christians Persecuted. THE MORNING HAS BROKEN I direct shaft of light separates It It was In 01 that Choaroes II. kins om the darknews of the old myths of Persia, made his great Inroad, 3 rn. "z " KM' jm mm forever. the Christians wherever ho They taught the underworld, where found them, oiK.'cinlly iu what Is now TH."2 the shades moed in a half life or pale Armenia, nnd capturing Jom-nleOF Offering Oy Annie Johnson Flint Their regret conscious of lot joy, without Tlu !miHrur Ileraclhis managed to hope. A mournful Idea of Immortality "TSt tfiird day he thatl rifatam...So llity... regain control ((Ml), hut he had to made the sepulchre fun, etattnt the fon. that satisfied no heart and from which might of the Caliph nor here? for heie rtttn, ca he taid." jletd lwfore th the great thinkers of 'that 'age reached Holy Saturday a Great Day for Atatheu) 2Vt 13; 27t 6S: 33: 6. (imar (OCT), who wvcteU nwny jtnat out in vain for light. structures, especlully tbtr moaqtiy The Mar. had died on the cross. the Pilgrims Gathered in That llelit appears in the great simv ttiv . mmm . And thfy laid htm in the tomb; calltsl after him, upon the great rock 0accrtmsa3Siriv'Bfe,t.' Ws. ple law. "Kxcept the grain fall in tin? The Living Stone in the stone, Jerusalem. which luid been the Kite of the temple The Rock 1.1 the rock-hew- n room; earth and die it cannot bring forth w of Solomon. fruit." UltlNT, holy week tln Chris They left him alone with Death, more limn 4W years the-Vnr Wv ti.m and Mo-IeM And scaled the stone at the door; pilgrims In They made the sepulchre sure, held swu, until ns h reJeru-a- li a visit the sucred And set their watch before. sult of the f"rnsuds (iiMlfrvy of ltou-- i HOLY ricr Jordan. On Holy llli. 11 took iHM.iMt.Klnn in ItttK). Tlu Thursday the Greek patriarch washes "Lest his friends should steal htm Christian powers could not. however,! away, the feet of 12 pilgrims. Th s Htrvlcc hold possession, fur they were alwuysj And say that he rose," they said. nnd ceremony is priormed In the open r- r rt t..; 1111.1 1.1 uuiiiiK uiiidiiK nit ror ivany osniunes rami ounaay court in front of the cathedral, on n But Life escapedn from Death, r&- 1 lllUllut lt tllL, M,,u And the God-marose from the SiltllllllN llli. temporary platform decorated with Has Been Day of Peculiar dead. liin, gHlued a pi'liHiiient hold oxer. olive boughs. The patriarchs of the The skeptical minds of men me luu'i 01 1 .llVMllie null .itiu-uni- n Significance. Catholic and Armenian ((immunities Still think the sepulchre sure, in 11S7. perform a similar .service inside tho But Christ had said, "I will arise," 11 was miring tiie next century wmi And the counsels of God endure. AUl SUNDAY is the name cathedral, to which the general public the Christians tniiler the leadership of y usually given to the sixth nnd Is not admitted. On Good Friday his disciples go Frederick II gained imisscsnIoii of Pallast Sunday In Lent and the set vices are in order, and speciul Still To wondrous word: estine for the last time, until our own beginning of holy week, after services with ceremonies coniincino-rjtin- g "The carry the risen Lord is indeed! day. Hut with dissension among the the custom of blessing branches of the crucifixion take place from We know, we have seen and heard." Christians of that time It was not lt the palm tree or of other trees substi- six iu the evening until midnight. On And the tomb men think so sure, ,sflv for the Turks to regain control A' h .iw With the seal of their scorn on the tuted In those countries In which the Holy Saturday, also known as the In 1214 uiul retain it eor since, Iu one door, palm cannot be procured, and of carry- "Sabbath of Light," all lights In the hitii iirinr TTiiiiiiiiiiwiiiii iiiririnni-iform or another. ing the blessed branches In proces- cathedral aru extinguished. The Greek The place where the Lord once lay, Is empty foreverraorc. Surrender of Jerusalem. sion, In commemoration of Christ's and Armenian sects tellght their Sunday School Tunes. triumphal entry Into Jerusalem. lamps, candles nnd tires from a ilutuo The .surrender of Jerusalem to the WANTS NO ARTIFICIAL PROOF ItrltMi forces last December, and the Palms and branches of the palm which m believed by them to appear subsequent conquest of much of tho'Beev,ng christian Can Entertain No were used in this historic entry be- oa the holy sepulcher on that day. FACT rest of the land now establishes cause the palm was then regarded as This is the crowning event or Lent to IS GREAT ESTABLISHED nn.iht r.onrrnlnn the Resurree. tlan control, at least for the procent, an emblem of victory and the carrying the Greek, Armenian, Syrhn and Coption of the Savior. All Times Failed to ami the (foubt bus been raised whether tic creeds. Millions of was tapers and Skeptics Have at and waving of Its branched was Disprove the Resurrection of any Christian power, even (iertnany, of success and In honor of candles are lighted ut this Hume, burnTo the normal mind there can boJ Easter Morning. will dare to suggest that the holy no compromise, ed a few minutes, then carefully royalty. writes II. Lee 51111s Iti places again be turned out to tho tlw. 11,iiicIiiii I',wt If rhrlst it'll nnl of The date of the first IiiMM0K0IIKIUMOMkmwV .Will fYAB Tho of Easter Involves tho power ot tin. .Moslem, no matter wiuu PKII 1(lst ci,.IItltil Palm Sunday - uuceitaiu. In the fril. , ,,,.,, question of the divinity of Christ. the terms of peace may be. Ireek church It was apparently obfnU(, ( (h(, ls,ry (r K, wor,i W))A There are two great miracles upon Precisely what local changes In pilv-- 1 every minister of tho served as early us the fourth century. which Christianity rests. The miracu- llegeti of worship will come out of the ....rnetrateil and a conscious or a In the middle ages tlin palm, worn s either go tolous birth and the resurrection g may not bo foretold. For n hided "faker." If theiv was no as a decoratiou, denoted thut the pergether. If we believe one we can betltne'n strange slluullon has pre-- 1 tirrectlon. the whole missionary propa- son so adorned had made the The former Is not lieve the other. to the Holy Land. ailed In Jerusaleia. The holy sepul- nnd n failure nud subject to historical proof. The lat- - cher, for example, with Its relics of K,Ui,a is foolish "Ihitntiinlze" beromo In some countries people made use OUingell.e ami ' ter has neen proven unit is ono 01 1110 j Christian treasure, has been used by Hyimnoumuii terms. Does the history of mures of Christ settled on an as, I facts in history. Ureeks, Armenians und Western Chi la- - 0r diiUtiuii missions, from the tlrst i.irvisl out of wood, which were enr-- i Those who Imagine themselves, to thins In , alternation, the control re--I ( ti,0 twentieth century savor ot Im1 in rollttlotiK proeetwiouH and even accept i be loo "modern" brought into the church. In other t 'M rection as a literalto fact, nrotho resur- mtilnlug with the Turkish uutlnlrltlo. ' fniud. or oven of delusion? The slv-oimmr doludlng tunny disputes lmvo arisen nin(i to evangelize nil nations was 'ouiurles It wan the ciintoni to strew no one but themselves. There Is nothof so str.mgo a .situation. Uowert. and green Ixiuclui la church (, Hftvr uu. resurrection. ' ing new In the effort to explain away je&r ... .......i ... ....t Af.i.i l.i..... Iw.nti 4t1' lnve been i urds. This Easter Slrjnlfieant Afler all the . , tir ...U V.. 'HI. .Hill IU , .fciwEi The iKilnm used In the proresulon of When the city was captured by tho mahaled before human reason for or ing out explanations ever since inu the duy art token home by the fultli-guards who vU'iit to sleep on duty British there wus grout local anxiety aslut the return of Chrif-- t In tho til and UM'd ax a vacratuental. Tliej ut mind the tomb excused themselves us to what might result. Willi tho on- - glorified body, the questionby of does the me preserved In prominent placon In by saying the dlclpltH stolo lib body tty of Uenoml Alluiby, with his taff .Toaus live cuu be nnawered tin li.iiisi , Imi us or even iu the flelds without nrtlflclnl Uxplnlnoi-ivrtuln French and Imlluu olllcuw. IIovIiik Clirlntlmi nway while they ulept. and thrown Into the Are during titorui- -. have risen and fallen hh tho agosjmvo Huso anxietlen were quickly set at proof. If like Paul, he knows whom d palms arc procured Prom the The JewUh populutlou soon he bulleon, doubt abotil the details come and gone nnd tho deeper tho list. the n flies for use on h Wednesday. explainers lmvo gone Into tho matter, learned that all was to be well with ot the event of tho resurrection do Whero palms cannot be secured tho more apparent hna become tho them and other sects represented In not concern him. brunches of olive, bo elder, up nice or fact. The simple Oospel narratives the citizenship of. the historic pluco The Winding Jordan. other tree are uwd. In Home olive gave enough of tho physical details were equally routyured. Av sense of rne Hare, nnd EaGter. branches are diMtrilmtcd to tho peo packed nnd troiibtired as wicred relics of the event to make It convincing j peace, liberty and security hud Its lui- Th( ()r , f U(e KaSor rabbit 13 pie, while the clergy curry palnib which aru curried uiul distributed over tho fuel that the disciples themselves medlato effect and influenced pro- - unU10Wn Tlll;ro is Oeiinan legend quently titled and twihted into Mirlous the whole clvill.ed world. , ,mn, Wls orlg. did not expect (ho resurrection and touudly the preparation for the new, midnight tho service of tlio resur- were slow to believe It until (hey unexampled Kuster us well ns for fu- - t( Hjo offe(.t Uult WUR In parts of liuvutlu largo hIuiiwk. At to a t.lianKtli ,)r(1 swnmp willows, with their catkins, rection Is performed, after which iiiuuy were fotced to believe It by his pres- turo worship of every sort In the trou- - jmllv u ,,.,,.,! 1)y the Goddess Osturn, and and ornamented with (lowers ami rib- of the pilgrims sturt on their home- ence among them; by exhibition of his bled Holy Lund. In Jerusalem as (J nittlllt, to Ostura, or Knstre, tho bons, were . ward Journey. sacred wounds ami tho fact that It elsewhere begun to appear a conviction ,mn, t,XLl.dst.s its original bird func-tha- t, every great feast ut this welcome, became the burden of (heir preaching Mere tourists tiro of coutsu Itecattse no matter how Ions world peace UoJ ,0 ,ny eBg!, for u, fi(l(j(l0!)S 0 iu,r tlmo was In some way a remembrance because they contribute somewhat to In the future all go to make tip tho might be delayed, a now spirit was fMtn, ()ny Tlu c,ii,in?n aniong tliaf of tho resurrection of Chrlsl and was the (ratio of tho season, but they stay Indisputable collateral evidence of tho abroad throughout tho earth. Poni.svivniila Germans tire told on In? In consequence called Paschu, the 0110 or several days ut tho longest, and literal fact. Kvery one of (lie disciples This Kaster, then, lias u special slgmrn,L-- that this "Oshter has" SpnnUh term pascua (lorldu had Its do not outer Into nor understand tho Is said to have died a martyr nnd his iilQcauce, In view of all tho centuries jal(l tlt, coiored eggs that aro given to ..., OP Wlileh nro nlneed In nestsorhiln. Thus It was thut In 1012 the real religious or soclul lifo of tho peo- resurrection was their "testimony ,... of struggle for holding the places con. , -- " .. .. -- - . . " stnto ot Florid a, which was settled by ple of tho laud, and consequently aru murtyrdom." it. l.cu HIH. iu uuusiuu becruted to Christianity by the ucuwty jhws t some eotnenlent placo for tho the Spaniards, Indirectly received Its regurded an outsiders. rost. of l savior. dren to ..-.na ins'. rcr y ,v NHi lunMon wu linnt! round ! Sitamititj c-- e I I E'l'al pns-esslc- m " trierr-Ln- tlii - "- - I trlnrf-ormin- ' w"'?' (."UT-TiiW- ). 1 per-M'tiii- in-rw--tn. SABBATH UGHT SEPULCHRE Easter ..! k: MS WEE t0 m .M ftpfflU j ri.. f.. e, 1tll.-llt- wm.vm all-da- dlf-tlcu- limiilHIifllllUIIUI , . I (;i res-lon- ' ! d ' ly 1 ut JMfr mm J K.l-jll- 11 1 bo-ui- iil s ble-se- A-- 3fr ,, t. WW . "-"- - . Si, JlliaiW ""ii pssjsspwsmm SILENT DEATH SHIP IJ UULIMLLl I I llr rilotlcss Airship Will comb Cities And Armies Itlng enough Httlo African girls together to form a school. Miss Wilson AMERICAN SOLDIERS walked a long distance to nnomcr vii- THREATEN TO REVOLT mlhi!,nKo n nn ctfort lo Bct a fcw Klrl ch,dron t0 como to BBhooI Thochlef Mold thorn very politely, but firmly, i,hnt n" tho ,,ttl0 Klrls of hls V,I,I,R Anxous To I nnc U(Jrn purci,aBe,i a wives ami Itholr fnthors bad no further Jurlsdlc Hon over them. One of tho rosults of ,tho Centenary Movement of tho Jl. R. Church. South, will be tho of schools In Africa in Yanks In Russia Quit Russia For . Home Washington, April 10. Tho first In n Hildroxn at Fort Worth, Tex., n short time go, Set ret a r' of War linker disclosed that a auoreicful automatic control fnr nlrplnnes bad been Invented In America. In testing this Invention, he ald. a machine with a pilot wan smU out first. The pilot located a distant objective and llion returned to the starting point without making n landing--. Then another plane, eqiilpued with the new automatic control apparatus act to land at the iteAlgnated point, was Hlartetl without a pilot. The machine landed so close to the predo-terI nod spot that If it had been a shell from n big gun It would hnvo ,. , been considered a good shot. Mr. llaker referred to the Invention to show how terrible future wars i may be If tbero is no league of nn-- I tlotiH to ntop thorn, Intimating that f. the device has tremendous potcntlall- ftles tin an agent of destruction. m tho hopo of uplifting degraded anhood on the Dark Continent. p- - wom- mutiny of American troops O l'UOMIXKXT IHHTOIt . FT Hit TKV-ISOl'T ALL OTIIKIt CIIIIX TONICS SAVH MKXDHX-I- I A LIAS MUST Dr. R. 8. I'leree, proprietor city pharmacy. Marlunnn, Fin., writes: "A few years ago when I purchased this drug slore I found nix dozen bottle of Mendenhall's Chill & Fever Tonic in stock and It was totally unknown to trade. I noted on tho circular tho (itiinlne strength and placed It In the hands of a number of my patients to try it out. Thoy wore ho universally pleased with tlio preparation 1 decided to try it In my own family and my wlfo now will use no other for our children." Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. MAX Olt MULK WA(Sb WHICH IS WORTH MOIIK'.' airship recentA Ilrlllsh ly started from the Firth of Forth, non-rlKl- d flew over tho North sea, directly to- ward Denmark, nnd made a circuit Here Is a story that one of tho embracing tho coast of Denmark, managers of tho Centennry Campaign , Schleswlg-HolsteinHelgoland, north of the Methodist Kpl.scop.il Church Germany and Holland. The weather picked up in one of the faraway rural was extremely unfavorable but the districts that is being reached In this round trip of 1,285 miles was covorcd movement for Christianity." without u stop in nbout 40 'j hours. Tho mulo was hitchod to a This flight was the largest non-sto- p wagon. Tho man stood by, over made by the British airship and waiting for tho wagon ot bo loaded. n Ills businoss was to drlvo tho mule. Is believed to hnve established d aircraft. world's record for "How much a day for the outfit?" A British filer not long ago covor- I asked. cd the distance of 172 miles between "Threo-llft- y for driver and team," Folk(tono, Kngland, and Paris in 74 tho man answered. minutes Thin record flight which "Do you own thu team?" was at the rate of about two and a "No; I drlvo for Mr. ." third miles a minute is said to havo "And how much do you get?" set a new murk for aerial voyages "Seven dollars a week if I niako ncro a the Kngllsh channel. full time." g piano . A dollar a day for tho man, a dolAn American a few days ago flow over 'J00 miles lar and a quarter for each of the In 125 minute with a load of mall be- mules. tween N'w York and Washington. Tho man had a wife and throo chilThis was at tho avorage qf ono and dren to house, foed and clothe. Tho three fifths miles a minute. mulo had 'no family, no coal bills, no A prize of $GO,000 hns been offer- clothing to buy. ed by th- Commonwealth of AustrThe mule was paid' $1.25 per day alia fiT tho first successful flight and tho man a dollar. Australia and Great Hrltain by Indeed, the mulo had tho best of It AiiHtralh'ii aviators. The London Dal- In other ways." If the woather was ly Mail h.s offered a like prize for too bad for work, the mule had snug the first successful shelter and three full meals a day. lllght between Europo and America. If tho man lost u day. It meant less TTwo Hrltlsh filers who havo entered food on the table and less coal on the for tho prize propose to undertake fire. Fnough lost days meant unpiano paid rent, an empty pantry, and antho flight In n capable of making 95 miles an hour other name on tho charity list. with a load of a little more than 2C00 If tho mulo got sick, a skilled pound". veterinary was called posthaste. Ho by was too valuable to lose. If Plana aro now hong mado the man American naval officers for a lllght got sick, it was nobody's business to across the Atlnntlc in seaplanes but seo that ho got well. There wore thoy will not compete for the London plenty of others to take his place. new tup r prize. It ie proposed to u i' 'u iiiiliiis of n type that somo For tho stomach and bowel disortl u ii o carried 61 passengers in a ders of babies McGcc's Baby Elixir is tc.-- t Three seaplanes now at a remedy of goinilno merit. It acts flliiht. Island, from quickly, is pure, ' wholosomo and Hoc ka way Meueh.L-onwhich the machines are to1 start, have ploasant to tako. Price 25c and 50 thrc Liberty motors jeach, with a cents per bottde. Sold by Ohio Councombined horsepowor of 1000 to 1200 ty Drug Company. m A fourth piano is to, have four such Tho maengines, It is announced. "Aro' you In favor of government chines have wings 125 feet long and ownership?" 12 feet wide and aro capablo of ap"Yes" answered Senator Sorghum; proximately 100 miles an hour. "on ono condition." From Kockaway Hcach tho pianos "What?" .will fly northward nnd start tho real own political liuriy. must uu voyage from HoniojrunnJl)g U)Q government." Wash- X trans-Atlant, .' nn n ..n Hi,--- xnrtii Atlantic coast. ington Star. j.V.'.v It is possibly in Newfoundland. aid that tho machines will carry wireless outfits. These, witb tho aid of relays through tho destroyers which aro to bo stationed along tho route, will enable them to communicate at any tlmo with tho shore. The weather bureau is working on tho preparation of special charts and From Suffering by Getting data relative to air curronts, atmos-phorHer Lytlia E. Pinkham'3 conditions, etc., for tho guiVegetable Compound. dance of tho fliers. It Is said also that they will have special, lately deTittsburgli. Pa. " For many months signed instruments to aid thorn In tho I was not nblo to do my work owing to lllght. a wcoKncss wmen Experienced airplane builders aro caused backache meconvinced that under existing nnd headaches. A friend called my hugo Hying chanical conditions only uttention to one of boats, equipped with four or more your newspaper bo counted on powerful motors, can advertisements and immediately my Do you get up at night? Sanol Is to malfo a successful continuous voy-ag- o husband bought surely thu best for all kidney or bladocoan. It is pointed ucross tho troubles. Sanol gives relief In "'III tlireo bottlos of der hours form all backacho and bladout that tho machlno would havo to V Lydia E. Pinkhnm's 21 powerful in order to bo largo nnd VoBotablo Co- der troubles. Sanol Is a guaranteed mpound for mc. remedy. 50c and $1.00 a bottlo at carry tho required supply of gasoline 4C-After taking- - two the drus store. and that several engines would bo o bottles I felt fino nocossary us a guarantee against nnd my troubles caused by that weakA prudent mother Is always on tho failure resulting from an engine ness nro n thing of tho past All women watch for symptoms of worms in her who suffer as I did should try Lydia E. breakdown. children. Paleness, lack ot Interest Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." h Mrs. Jas. Roiiubekg, C20 knapp St., in play, and pcovishncss Is tho signal N. B., Pittsburgh, Pa. for White's Crenm Vermifuge. A Women who suites irom any lorm or i few doses ot this excellent remedy FOR FLETCHER'S weaknes3,as indicated by displacements, f Inflammation, ulceration, Irregularities, puts nn oud to the worms nnd the g backache, headaches, nervousness or child soon acts naturally. Prlco 30 T "tho blues," should accept Mrs. Itohr-- j cents per bottlo. Sold by Ohio CounKTILL lUIU'HAKi: WIVKS. berg's suggestion und give Lydia E. ty Drug Co. m rinkhnms yegoiauio unnpounu u. Dallas, thorough trial. Miss Katherlno Wilson, of For over forty years It has been E. M. TMxaB, a missionary of tho ' ..Jiurch, South, to Africa, has written correcting such ailments. If you havo mysterious complications write for FOR FLETCHER'S recently to her parents that the mis- advice to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine get- - Co., Lynn, Mass. I sionaries are having a bard time two-horso non-rigimall-carryinm trans-Atlantic al . ic HUSBAND SAVES WIFE lc ropean war .advices to tho Wnr Department from Archangel, Jtustdn.' A company of in fantry, when ordered to pack for the front, refused to obey the order. Only one man was arrested for the out break and he was aftorwurds releas ed. The munlty wns coupled With a de mand by tho Americans that thoy bo brought back to their homes. It was Intimated that unless officials horo make some Immediato announcement as to why the American soldiers are kopt longer in service In Russia the mutiny will become general. The War Department gavo out only a parnphrase of the cable message, ns follows: Tho War Department authorizes publication of the following paraphrase of a code message received from Archangel, dated March 31; "Yesterday morning, March 30, a company of Infantry, having received orders to the railroad front, was or dered out of tho barracks for the pur pose of packing sleds for tho trip across tho river to tho railroad sta tion. The noncommissioned officer in charge of the packing soon reported to tho officers that tho men refused to obey. At this somo of the of- ficors took charge nnd all oxcept one man began reluctantly to pack after a considerable delay. The soldier who continued to refuso was placed In confinement. Colonel Stewart being sent for, arrived nnd' had tho men assembled to talk with them. Upon the condition that the prisoner above nontlon was released, tho men agreed to go. This was done, and tho company then. proceeded to tho railway station and entrained there for the front. That they would not go to the front line positions was openly stated by tho men, however, and they would only go to Obozorskava. Thoy also slated that general mutiny would soon como If thoro was not some definite statement forthcoming from Washington with regard to removal of American troops from Russia at the earliest possible date." 1'Vnr Move Slay Spread. What lian alarmed officials more than any Incident of the mutiny Is that the mutineers Indicate to the government that if the American troops in Itussla are not brought homo at "tho earliest possible date" tho refusal to obey tho officers will bo general. Some of tho War Department officials said tonight that the mere fact that tho soldiers knew that mutiny, refusal to oboy ordors under such circumstances, would he a capital offense, making them liable to be shot, was an evidence after court-martithat the officers who yielded ttt them wore well aware that the mon wore, for reasons not made public, actually desperate. It is plain, officers hero say, that when tho of floors wore compelled to release a man ordered into confinement, that tho latter were poworlcss and' regarded themselves us in tho hands ot their men. When" tho order to pack was given, tho men obviously understood this to bo an order, for them to go to the front in tho interior. Prepare To Semi Triui.porls. Tho mon uro said to havo been Informed that they would bo withdrawn just as soon as tho lee conditions per- -' inittcd. it Is known that the Navy are making and War Departments ready to get transports, ns near as possible) to Archangel. It was tho President who mado tho statement that the men In Russia would come out when conditions made It possible nnd It Is understood if thoro Is to be any expediting of tho withdrawal he will give tho order to the War Department from Paris. Senator Johnson, of California, who conducted a fight in the Senate to havo tho American troops in Russia ordered hoi)ie, declined to make any comment on the mutiny. in tho Eu is confirmed today by &&WMXi$:'3$s MMm&msvm&? ,i U 'J i '! P rtiafti tSftm r ,i I ifl fti. Aw "u."""""Milmw i ii ,1 '' ' tintfw. i!Ii handiomm pound and half'pound tinhorn!' dorB and that cla$ty, practical pound crytal TSmmjV reJtint, keep the tobacco in tuch ncrfcct condition. humidor elan moittener topwith tponge that mMmwmL sing you a scng of tobacco joy that will make you wish your life job was to see how much of the national joy smoke you could get away with every twenty-fou- r hours I You can "carry on" with Prince Albert through thick and thin. You'll be after laying down' a smoke barrage that'll make the boys think of the old front line in France! P. A. never tires your taste because it has the quality! And, let it slip into your think-tan- k that P. A. is made by our exclusive patented process that cuts out bite and parch assurance that you can hit seven days out of every week without any comeback but real smoke joy I smoke-record-high-sp- filled cheerily brimful of Prince in your PUT a pipeyou're onface that'sof smoke peace! For, P. A. will if the trail R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Sale- N. C. Jjl I tltHttlHlt10ftMMt'tU'MHMH'Mtt' HHMtQtMM TKtX w iffJwSL ill ! fTT : "l7'V ' i : - IltN f v- ''',. " : .. .'.! i ' f" ijgj' - i ,: ' Wi risj gjfji "Ht's Office 0?i Wheels" ' m ' p: 1 . W W: ' Model 90 is a business man's car a time saver a money maker. It lias riding comfort, power, good looks and economy to hag about. More than one- fifth .of the 600,000 Overland owners drive the Model 90 and are as proud of it as we are. Get ' ohq you will like it.. . 4 ii" :r j :'' tjj . ' 'jg j ' , if. m ji " " v." - ii j Hartford iVlotonCo. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY Come to our ttore ' i ! ?' Wi '$tk ' IU,Af X yr Children Cry CASTO R A I Children Ory O A S.X.O R A unable to shako oft an intense drows- haustion or overstrained nerves. Hut iness which gradually settles upon tho two sleeping sicknesses aro not periods In tho least alike In any ot their DImmso Here VullUe That Kouml them for longer and longer had and If Americans of time. If tho disease cannot bo symptoms; In South Africa brokon up before this period, thoro Is seen as many rases ot tho real thing little hopo, though often thu victim as I havo In Africa, thoy would not With the encroachment of what is, lingers for threo or four years. It worry at all ovor tho dlsoaso in their through error, called "slcoplng sick oo in os on slowly nnd lasts a long own couutry." ness," In the South, mnny people aro -- tlmo. The medical missionary is do becoming alarmed, connecting tho ing a groat deal of good preaching the Catarrh Cannot Be Cured American discaso with tho fatal mal- gospel of hygiene, which will go a With LOCAL, APPLICATIONS, as thoy ady In Africa. Dr. D. L. JIumpower. stopping the cannot reach the seat of tho disease. long way towards disease, rreatly Catarrh is a a medical missionary ot tho M. K. spread of dread dlsonsu In Af In order by constitutional conditions, and that to cure it you must tako an Church, South, to Africa, now In Internal rcmsdy. Hall's Catarrh Medi rica. Amorica on furlough, stated to a cine U taken internally aud acts thru sleeping sickthe blood on tho mucous surfaces ot th "Tho diseaso callod newspaper representative recently system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine wa not alarming, prescnofu oy one oi tno ueal physician thut tbero was no connection what- ness in Amorica is u ltnov in uius that It is now and somewhat posed of 1'uuuiryof ior yvura.tonics la cu ever between the two forms of sleeptho straugo. But It only lasts u few comiuneu tomo gome best tho best MC win perfectot combination ing sickness. purlllers. Tho Is weeks, tho patient noarly always re the ingredients in Hull's Catarrh "In Africa sleeping sickness often, Is stronger and clno Is what produces such wond caused by the bite of u fly, and the covers and, cuiiciujOS. ueu It appears results in catarrhal testimonials, tree. rosults are often fatal. At first tho hotter for the experience. J. a form of nervous pros- r.All CHKNEY & CO., Props., ToV victim appears to have malaria, and to bo rather uruKcists, V3C, Hull's Fumlly rills for constrj within four or five months they aro tration caused by great physical ex SLEEPING SICKNESS loi-a- l ox-co- pt cd beauty at trifling cost or trouble. Our inspiration comes too Into for action tho present season, but next spring we shall, even If we nro nway from Hartford, urgo tho planting of suitably arranged shndo tree around the public square and along the principal streets, and wo will gladly come back to assist at tho planting Who that loves the old homo town would not like to plant n tree to perpetuate his memory? Not another Entered According to law at tho Old domlnick still crows by lino now, but with the return of an as mall standard time. rostofflce, Hartford, other spring wo shall bo hero to urge matter of the second class. and help provido for tho beauty of The Bolshevik thrives on hunger tho town and tho comfort of its, citito and will die of starvation. Address nil communications zens and visitors for n ganerntion to 'Tbe Hartford Republican. come. Tho peace conference, Nero-llkfires of revolution fiddles while the NOTICE TO SUIISCRITIEHS. ICE Will start the Ice delivery Subscribers desiring the paper sent spread first day of April. Price and terms to n new address must give the old snme as last season. I'lease watcn address in making tho request. With n hundred million people Business Locals and Notices 10c each saving an hour a day the coun- for tho wagon and conserve man per line, and Cc per line for addition-s- i and horse power. Call on the Ice try Is growing rich in Time. insertion. boy for Ice Cards. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards ELLIS ICE CO. The scandalmonger, like tho poor, 39tl of Thanks, Cc per line, money In mm lth us, and, alike, we have always NOTICE. Church Notices for services free, pitifully helpless. Notice is hereby given that the but other advertisements, Cc per line. they are each Anonymous communications will unThe Leaguo just couldn't bo business heretofore transacted receive no attention. dotting of an "1" or der tho firm namo and stylo of Ilex-te- r changed by the & LIndley, which business was the crossing of a "t", but It was. TELEPHONES, that of selling Ueo nutomobtles, was 12:1 Cumberland dissolved by mutual consent in the Wilson wanted to extend tho GO Farmers Mntunl. doctrine to the whole world, but year 1916, and slnco which time the Lodge said no, and tho Noes have it said LIndley has had tho agency for PR1L 18 FRIDAY the sale of said cars. This March 27, 1919. For tho Information of those not C. A. LINDLEY. familiar wl'i the money measure of ANNOUNCEMENTS Centertown, Ky. Germany and France we note the 40t3-p- d announce I. German mark is equal to 23. S cents We are authorized to S.'Mason a candidate for Representa- United states money and the French tive of Ohio county, subject to the franc equals 19.3 cents. action of the Republican party at The new Labor party, in conventhe primary election August 2, 1919. tion at Springfield, 111., passed a resolution demanding the resignation of We arc authorised to announce General Burleson. George Baker, of Muhlenburg county Postmaster far Burleson's resignation are for tho nomination for nothing new under the sun, but noth a' candidate State Senator in tho 7th Senatorial ing of tho recall in November district, composed of 'the counties of 1920short will rid the country of Bungling Muhlenburg. Butler and Ohio, sub ject to the action of tho Republican Burleson. party at the primary election, August Homer Cummlngs. chairman of the . 1919. Democratic National Committee, returns from a trip through the west We are experienceing the to announce and reports tho outlooK for DemoWe are authorized Dr. T. G. Turner, of Muhlenburg cratic success next year as encourag- difficulties with reference to County, as a candidate for the nomi- ing. Among such encouragements implements and nation tor State Senator in the 7th . Mr. Cummlngs reports the State of getting district, composed nf Indiana as safely Democratic. When Senatorial hardware that we did in Ohio Butler and Muhlenburg coup-tie- s, it is recalled that Indinna returned it subject to the action of the a .solid Kepuwican delegation, oi 1918 and for that reason we an Party at the primary elec- fifteen members, to congress no long suggest that you buy early tion to be held August 2nd., 19 U er than five months ago the Cummlngs statement appears more than and insure yourself against He was modest enough redlculous. STATEMENT being without when the time Of the ownership, management, cir- not to claim Pennsylvania. comes to use them. culation, etc., required by the act of James F. Ramey, of Eddyville, has Congress of August 24, 1912, of HartIt doesn't cost any more to ford Republican, published weekly, announced his candidacy for the He- April 1, 1919. publican nomination for Secretary of buy early, you have the asat Hartford. Ky.for State. Mr. Haniey is a wellkuoun State of Kentucky.) western Kentucky Republican leader. surance that the tools will be )ss. He was formerly a banker, and under at your County of Ohio. ) service when you me, a Notary Public, in and the Wilson administration had charge Before Banking department in Secre- - need them. We have all for the State and county aforesaid, ' tne personally appeared J. H. Thomas, tary of State Bruner's office. Jim kinds of Farming Implewho. having been duly sworn ac- Ramey is a little bundle of energy, cording to law, deposes and says that and if nominated will make a live ments, Lime and Fertilizer Tho writer was ho is the Editor of The Hartford Re- wire candidate. publican, and that the following is, pleasantly associated with Mr. Barney Sowers, Wagons, Buggies, to the beit of his knowledge and be- at Republican headquarters in Louis- Ranges, Harness, Hardware lief, a tine statement of tho owner- ville, last tall, and takes pleasure in ship, management, etc., of the afore- - saying of him that ho is energetic, and Farmers Supplies on our and resourceful, an said publication for tho date shown courageous sample floor. Come in and In thn iihnvn Rnntlmi. rpmilrpri hv thniwould make an ideal candidate for look them over. A square Act of August 21, 1912, embodied Secretary of State. Regulations, Some small towns are often re- deal at our store. 1. That tho names and addresses ferred to by visitors as the prettiest of the publisher, editor, managing edor the most delightful, when the comitor, and business managers are: pliment comes wholly from an imPublisher, Hartford Printing Co., pression made by tho shade tree Incorporated, Hartford, Ky. of their principal streets. What Editor, John II. Thomas, Hartford, Bea-ve- r Dam, Ky. paint and wall paper aio to building Ky. Cumberland Phone. Manager, W. S. Tinsley, shade trees are to streets much add- Business poratlon has nny Interest direct or Indirect in the said tock, bonds, or other securities than as so stated by Published Weekly by him. J. II. THOMAS, Editor. HAHTFOKD 1'MNTIXG COMPANY Sworn to ind subscribed before mo Incorporated this 3rd day of April, 1910. W. S. T1NSLEY, N. P. 0. C, Editor JOHN HENRY THOMAS My commission expires 2S FebAssociate Editor W. S. TIXSIiEY, ruary, 1922. and Business Mnnngcr. (The Hartford Republican K X X X X , We Are At Your Service As Usual ti K, Mr. Farmer WITH what we believe to be the best Tractors on the market for our territory, and we are fully conscious that field tests will bear out our assertion. After carefully looking over the Tractor field and considering our I EveryFarmer An Insurance Man! territory and the economy of operation and the perfection of operation, we decided that the ii x ! Fordson and Moline t t X J!e-pub- Universal Tractors X X X were by far the best on th market for our customers. Give us an opportunity to demonstrate to you on ypur own farm. If we are wrong, we want to know it. We may teach you something that will benefit us. Lets get together and try these things out to our entire satisfaction. If you can't make money out of a Tractor we X X to-wi- t: don't want you to buy one, and if you can't make money out of ours, you can't make money out of any. X J. D. Williams & Sons Hartford, Ky. 2. That the owners are: Hartford Printing Co., Incorporated. nt Stockholders owning or holding 1 or more of tho total amount of Block, are: C. E. Smith, E. G. Bar-rae- s, C. O. Hunter, Mack Cook, S. A Bratcher, T. II. Black, M. L. Heav-rln- , W. S. Tinsley, W. C. Blanken-shlWorth Tichenor, E. S. Howard all of Hartford, Ky.; C. E. Crowdcr, Horton, Ky.; I. S. Mason and C. M Taylor, Beaver Dam, Ky ; H. C. Crowder, Select, Ky. 3. That tho known bondholders, mortgagees, and othor security holders owning 1 per cent or more of .total amount of bond mortgages, or other securities aro: Tho Bank of pe-cep. QQQQ$QQG!XXQ&QGGWQQQQ As Usual t we have the old reliable lines of Walking Plows, Riding Plows, Corn Planters, Disc Harrows, Manure Spreaders, Cultivators, etc. All of which we know stands as high in efficiency and service as anything made. For Sale 13 Mares From 4 to 7 Years Old Hartford, Hartford, Ky. 4. That tho two paragraphs next above, giving tho names of the stockholders, and security holders, if any, contain mot only tho list after your service, and we know we are better prepared to give you the most for your money. Come to see us, or call us and we will send a man to see you. We have competent men to look own-t:r- s, At Williams' Livery Stable, in Hartford, Ky. of stockholders and security 'holders jis they appear upon tho books of tbe company but also, in enses where the stockholder or security holder appears upon tho books of the company as trustee or in other fiduciary relation, tho name of the person or corporation for whom tmch trustee is acting, is given; also that tho said two paragraphs contain statements unbracing ntllant's full knowledge and belief as to tho circumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon tho books of tho company as trustees, hold stock and securities in a capacity other than that of a bona fido owner; and this affiant has no reason., to believe that any other person, association, or cor- - These mares are sound, not branded, and broke tojwork. Will be sold for cash or six months note. E. P. Barnes 6 Bro. t & BEAVER DAM, KY. Harris & Cratitta rass$$s9ro$$$$ro$$ss$$&v -- s nvafcMMtBBWilB aaaaiaiMi(waBri EASTER SPECIALS! h$ For Ladies ' AVc have plenty of Farm Fencing Mollne Riding Plows and two liorso Riding Cultivators. in Woven and Darbcd Wire. V. E. ELLIS & DRO. 42t2 ACTON DROS. Mr. Emmet Stovcns, of Magan, is the guest of the family of Holbrook VULCAN Mr. J. D. Dlack Hawk two and one row Corn can be hnd at 42t2 ACTON DROS. Planters Wirthover $1.00 Waists WfriC We are showing a special line for Easter dresses in the very latest novelties from the Eastern markets, bought especially for those who cater to the very latest. Easter Millinery When it is headwear we can please you in style and prices. Wo will have a car of Jones' Ferti Chilled turning and Ncv lizer in nt once. Call us ImmediatePlows ly. You can savo money by getting W K. 1 LLIS ft DRO. It nt the car door. W. E. ELLIS fc DRO. Mr. A. It. Renfrew,' of Sunnydale, visited his family In Owensboro, from Visit us for your needs in Wnll Pa Saturday until Monday. per. Our line is complete and our Messrs. Warren Morgan and M. F. prices are lowott. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. Chumley, of Simmons, were among 4112 Incorporated. our visitors Wednesday. C round nn Just received many new shapes that will appeal to you. Get a peep at them this week. Mr. W. C. Everly and little son, . Every one that is in need of a Noble, of Centertown, wero nmong Plow wants a good one. Duy Dlounts Trus Dlue Plows and you will be sat our callers, Wednesday. L Jf V.U?.".""..',': isfied. Easter Coats and Coat Suits New line to show you, bought especially for those who are particular buyers. Our prices right, our styles correct. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Duvall, of 42t2 Horse Dranch, arc down of the tin, Rev. and .Mrs. Duvall has pneumonia. fdl ACTON DROS. L. K. May, of Owensboro, will the pulpit at the Methodist Church Miss Gertrude Schlemmer was the Sunday morning, for Rev. Litchfield, guest of Miss Vencta Darnard, at who is sick at his home here, of blood Dundee, from Saturday until Monday. poisoning. Mr. E. W. Smith and Five Shovel and 1 i tooth one Miss Alary Ashby, of Echols, have horse cultivators, fifty and sixty tootli returned from, a visit with Mr section Harrows. Smith's son, Air. Edgar Smith, at W. E. ELLIS & DRO. Reptou. SEED POTATOES Irish Coblers, Pardon us for again reminding you Early Rose, Early Ohio and that the yellow slip carries the date or Early Triumph. of the expiration of your paper. ExW. E. ELLIS & BRO. amine it and let the spirit move you Wo have just gotten a car of good accordingly.' mixed Hay, Clover, Red Top and TimThe Special term of the Ohio cir othy. Get our ton lot price. cuit court will convene here Monday. W. E. ELLIS & DRO. It will be a two weeks term, arid will Mrs. S. O. Keown will go to Louis- bo followed immediately by the reguville, tomorrow, to visit Mrs. Gilmore lar May term. Keown, who Is ill at a hospital, in A revival meeting Is being that city. Ad- this week at the Seventh-Da- y Mr. Cal P. Keown returned 'from vontlst church, at the old Milton Tay Hopklnsvillc Tuesday; 'where ho had lor farm. Rev. R. I. Keate is doing gone to take Uncle Jimmy Dlair to the preaching. the asylum. The best place to buy Iron Dcds, If you are in need of a good Drus-He- ll Mattresses, Springs, Kitchen Cabior Axinlnster Rug at a money nets, Dressers, Davenetts, Dining having, go to Tables, Rockers and Chairs is at ACTON DROS. 42t2 ACTON DROS. 42t2 grand-daughter, Six-Wee- ks Just as the name indicates, the Waists are, when judged from every prevailing standard measurement of Waists worth over a dollar. However, as so many folks know we have the inside prices on Waists of all kinds, due to our very friendly intimate wit hthe foremost Blouse makers of America. Just as you can get a better Waist here far better than can be found elsewhere at $1.00, for the e reason you can get incomparably better values at all other prices. self-sam- Easter Waists and Dresses f stock. and Fancy Taffeta. Dresses come in Taffeta, Crepe de Chines, Messaline Silks, Georgettes. All the new spring shades in Just what you want and just ready to put on, Waists in Jap Silks, Crepe de Chines, Georget-ta- s, i Slippers and Hosiery Tans and blacks are the favorite shoes in footwear. Kids the stock most sought for, come in low and military heels. Prices range from $3.50 to $7.00. See them and you will like them. Easter Accessories Gloves, Corsets, Handkerchiefs, Silk Underwear, Silk Skills, Collars, Beads, etc. When in need think of us, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. We illustrate one, of the two new models in dollar Waists which have just been received. They are just as good as they are good looking, and are warranted to give entirely satisfactory wear. aSrii 2kzi&l&Cb, FORD THE UNIVERSAL CAR When you want your Ford car repaired, insist always upon getting the. genuine Ford Parts, made by the Ford Motor Company, in order to insure quality. There are "spurious," "counterfeit," "imitation" parts made by outside concerns who have no regard fbr quality in material, so insist on your Garage or Repair Man furnishing you the genuine Ford Parts. All reliable garages may now buy the genuine Ford Parts from us so there's no excuse for any one using the "bogus" parts. To be sure, bring your car to us for repairs or replacements. re-liabe Mr. Georgu Dakcr, candidate for Mr Carl Fraim, cashier of the the Republican nomination for state Rockport Deposit Dank, was a pleas senator In this district, was in Hart- ant visitor at this office Friday. Mr. ford, Wednesday. Fraim only recently returned from service in the army. A young lady friend told us there (.would be two Juno weddings in Hart Mr. H. B. Carter, of West Provi- ford, but she did not mention the dence, has an old time double press other young lady's name. that has been in the family more than a hundred years. It is made of See us for your Disc and cherry", and is hand carved. riding Cultivators. Also one horse walking Cultivators. Mrs. S. O. Keown has received a ACTON DUOS. 42t2 letter from her son, Gilmore, recently written from France,, in which he The Ohio County Dean "Growers' said ho expected to arrive in the Association has Jttfat received an or- United States about April 15. der, from a Lotiisvillo seed firm, for 500 bushels of Soy Beans. Special One Day Fair, at Hartford Fair Grounds July 4th, 1919. Mr. M. B. Barnard, of Eudora, Wo make this early announcement Miss , is spending a few days with so that people having stock to exhibit friends in the county and looking will have time to get ready. 41t2 after some business matters. The report of a case of .sleeping Bo suro you see the International sickness, at Fordsville. proved to be 'combined Shocl and Dibc two liorso unfounded. .It was said a small son j riding Cultivators before you pur-W- . of Mr. Obed Wright was afflicted i chase. E. ELLIS & BRO. with it. The boy had a puny spell, but is out again. Superintendent E. S. Howard and Mrs. Howard wero guests of the fami- Tho American Cooperative Associajly of Garfield Barnard, at Dundee, tion has a. representative at Cromwell, from Saturday until Monday. making an effort to organize a 'branch association there. We understand Edward Ford, son of Dr. E. W. tho prospect for effecting an OrganiFord, was operated on for appendi- zation is encouraging. citis, at a Louisville hospital, last week, and is recoveringuicely. Mr. W. II. Baize spent a part of last week in his old homo communi Mrs. Harrison Kuykendoll and ty, around Balzetown, looking after daughter, Miss Mattlo, of Centertown. some oil leases. There is a probacamo up Tuesday, to visit the family bility of a test well being sunk in of Mr. John Bell for a few days. that community this summer. el I Carson Gk . Co. Hartford, Ky. Extra and unusual values that no one can afford to miss in - BUGGIES! Just received a large ship- ment. Both Steel and Eub-be- r Tire. Very Fashionable and Beautiful in general ap- In Mr. and Mrs. Lludsoy Taylor and Tho taxable property of Ohio counwife, of Masonvlllo, Daviess county, ty in 189C, as shown by we:o guests of Mr. Taylor's- sister, Cul P. Keown's settlomeut with the Beaver Dam, Ky. Mrs. Howard Ellis, Monday night. Auditor, wus $3, 2115, 99.1. For tho present year it is littlo abovo ten milTho Star Theater gavo a show for lions, or moro than troble what it the convenience of the bond sale was twenty yoars ago. crowd here Wednesday afternoon. Tho hoifc was crowded to capacity. Our stock of Paints and Oils is arger than ever before. Prices range Mr. tThe Hartford Republican was Nat Lindloy, of, Point Pleasant, Mrs. T. Q. Fortney and son, Karl, from 5.00 to $4.40 per gallon, ac a visitor at this office Wednes of Central City, were visitors with cording to brand. We are agents for day. AI'HIL 18 VIUDAY Mrs. Fortney's sister, Mrs. C. E. tho famous Sherwin-William- s branda. Smith, from Saturday until OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO.. Osborne Disc Harrows with and Incorporated. 4H2 without tandem attachment. W. E. ELLIS & DUO. Miss Harriet Fleener has roslgued 'The neighbors and friends of Mr. Personal News her position in the postoffice hero. Andy EldcrJ ot near Centertown, Amorlcan field and poultry Fence Hartford people will bo sorry Indeed gathered at his home April 13 and and Social Euents, ? and Barbed Wire. to lose Miss Harriet. Sho has a host gavo him a delighftul surpriso birthW. E. ELLIS & BRO. of friends here. day dinner. A bountiful dinner was spread, and a pleasunt day was spent Attorneys M. L. Hcavrln and Otto Bring your Junk and get your Feed, by host and guests. It was tho ocu. s .CARSON has the American Martin wore at liorso lirancb, Sun- - Fertilizer, Seeds and Farming Im- casion of Mr. Elder's 29th birthday. tt day. tense. plements from D. L. D. SANDEFUR, Mrs. C. M. Ferguson, Obion, Teun , Hooslor 1 & 2 row Corn Drills, also 12Ct Beaver Dam, Ky. Mrs. Blanch Jones, Ceralvo, Mrs. T. RED SLATE aaphalt Hoofing. Empire Corn Drills. W. E. ELLIS & IHtO. J. Mullon, Princeton, Ind., and R. E. 'W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Wanted All kinds of country pro llor, Rockport, wero with their fathduce. Highest market price paid. er, Mr. It. T. Iler, here on his SUrd., All kinds of feed and Held Seeds, For Sale One buggy horse and Get our prices on butter and eggs birthday, Tuesday. Mr. Iler lives W. B. ELLIS & imO. two young mules. with his son, Mr. Cleve Iler. Ho is before belling. I W. M. HAY.NE3, very weak and feeble, with littlo hopo BEAVER DAM COAL CO. W, E. ELLIS & DRO bavo plenty; Beaver Dam. Ky. 42t4 32t3 Taylor Mines 39t5 'of Improvement. ot Hue for isale. !!- E. P. BARNES & BRO. pearance. We have them in both wide and narrow bed. These are made by "one of the very best factories in the State, and each and every buggy is fully guaranteed against defective material and workmanship. The factory is behind us and we stand behind the buggies, so you are perfectly safe in buying them. Write at once for price freight paid, on the style of buggy you are interested in, or come and look them over carefully. They, are set up ready to hitch to. Act at once before they are gone. Zf Fordsville Planing Mill Company JAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, KY. Mr. Carl Magan and Miss Hattlo Wellor, of Dundee, were married in Owensboro, last week Mr. Magat is a son of Mr. G. C. Magan, ot Ola- ton, and Miss Wellcr Is a daughter of the late Jack Wellcr, of Dundee. Miss Welter has been teaching in Oklahoma for tone time. ornce, They have an pairing outfit and will no doubt a liberal patronage. jm . uly.t.l - I Dewey Alford, son of Mr., Alford ,of Hoslne, visited Mrs. j, E. Davidson the 11. "woek. Mr. Alford only turned from Franco, wne Leach and Daniel, formerly ot ed a tank. On one ocea Beaver Dam, have opened a shoe re- ford went out with a cs pair shop in the old Woerner build- tank to attcV the Hi ing, two doors below the Republican 21 ot the tanks xcturs tjmttti It r t i t- '"W' FARM DEPARTMENT. 1'SK" 1 UmoWntcr. ,hna a largo sign nt either end road Irrrrt.iiR spring and early sum- - ins. During the There n a man in America Commandlnc officers of marching iner, when pggs arc abundant and troops troopi now. who. .hotie.b ne hns lived anion will please havo their roasonnble In price, nttcntlon should step when proceeding over cnnnittii. declares h" Isn't afraid M he given to preserving them for win break them. Dr. Mumpowcr, n medical mis ter use. Fresh eggs, properly pre this bridge." M. R. Church, South This recalls a statement of an sionary of the acrvod In aterglass or lime water, engineer that ow of the stationed in Africa, is in America may be kept for 8 to 12 months In ox- - American Of the Ln ted States now, being called here for tho du cellont condition and used lth good largo bridges strain of 40 to 50 iation of the Centenniy Campari results. Kggs laid during April, could resist the starting at the same of hU Chup'h. May, and early June have been found automobiles, all am not .if raid of cannlbnii proceeding In the same to keep better than those laid- later moment and founi. they won": f .: cause i hk direction. in the season. me. ; Dr. Mumpower mill: "They ' If u.tUfartnrv reunite! re to b oV trc not dtiero., really. Wh.i l lalned, the eggs should be fresh and, TYPHOID IS KAGIXG j the Delgln On., AT IlKI'ORM SUIOOIi first went jirliwn. and if possible, Infertile. Em .;. I was rather Is. four yit. that float when placed In the eolation Lexington, Ky., April J. It be- fled a time or two, but I soon learned nre not fresh, and therefore can not they liked bippopotimus meat better tyWhen an egg is only came known thh afternoon that debo preserved. than human meat, and, after that. I dampened with phoid ferer is raging in the boy's slightly soiled, a cloth Iteform Just wasn't afraid at all. You tc vinegar can be used to remove such partment at the State 12 the llelgian Government has them Under so circumstances School In this country. There are stains. inmatos are threat- under flue control. They havo bo ,n should badly soiled or cracked eggs cases and other told they must tiot eat human bclnc-be used for preserving; if put into ened. Henry Arnold, a negro boy, of Jes- and have been dealt severe punish tho Jar dirty they will spoil, and tho ment so many times that the canni.washing removes a protective coat- samine country, is dead of and officials bal is afraid to eat us now. He eats All inmatos disease. ' ing which prevents spoiling. hlpplpotlml instead. They are lari-- ' r Where watorglass cannot be ob- have been inoculated with and mqre insting. eggs, serum. No girls are affected. tained for tho preservation of 1 have gone away from our village the llmewater method may be subfor eight and ten days at a time and lbs., Gi:it.MAXY MAY stituted. Dissolve two or three HBJKCT PKACK TKKMS left my wife and children in the can of unslacked lime In 5 gallons of of the chief of the place who wo in boiled water that has been previously guard them with his life. Dig, bl.uk. growing There appoars to be a and allowed to cool, and permit tho all parties in Germany, fellow that he Is, ho worships our lime settles anions mixture to stand until the a quality of kindPlace clean. (radical and conservative alike, to re family. There is and the llnuld is clear I am constantly finding fuse any treaty of peace wnieii snau ness which fresh eggs In a clean, earthenware people cannibal in those crock or Jar, and pour the clear make excessive territorial demand?. they aro worth until the eggs At first the movement to reject such that makes me know water into the vessel How can I be afraid ot them while. aro covered. At least 2 inches of forms was apparently initiated by tbe gratitude and cover tho top lay- Government in order to influence the when I have seen their the solution should make more eagerness to follow In tho white er of eggs. Somotlmes a pound of Paris Peace Conference to mans' way?" salt is used with the lime, but ex- reasonable terms, but now tbe moveee Government perience has shown that in general ment has gotten out of Whooping Cough. salt is more sat- control. In the German newspapers tho lime without the Give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and among all bodies of people there isfactory. keep the cough loose and expector-tloclean eggs, properly pre- is a growing unanimity of opinion to Fresh, easy. It is excellent. yielding to what has boon served, can be used satisfactorily for against $ purposes in cooking and for the called "onslaving terms." Especialall .NOT Till'. THING. protest against tho claims ly is there table. cotton crop which shall be sold to aid the Methodist $115,000,000 Centenary program. 'Hlppopotlml' I'rofcml Kutlicr Than Church Helps Labor. CIRCUIT COURT. MUslouarics As a practical proof of its Inten- Judge It. W. Black, Owoniboro. tions to help tho laboring man tho Com'tli. Attorney C. K. Binith, Hart- CANNIBAL MENUE DIRECTORY. REAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnnoy. Clerk 11. W. King. Pollco Judge J. W. Coopor. Marshnl R. F. Stevens. FORRSVILLH. i . Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonei. Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kesslnger. Marshal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. County Hoard of Education. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. Dlv. Xo. 1 J. M. Hoovor, Hartford, Ky. W. Duff, Fordsvllle, Dlv. Xo. Ky. Dlv. Xo. 3 II.- L. Carter, .Narrows, Ky. Dlv. Xo i Robert Goff, Rosluo, Ky. , Dlv. Xo. C Otis II. Stevens, Dearer Dam, Ky. Dlv. Xo. C Xat Lludloy, Center-tow- h' M J ! - -- Methodist Episcopal Church In "its $115,000,000 Centenary program allots more thnn ?i,S0O,000 for social, educational and religious work In rural Industrial communities alone, besides tho millions to bo spent among city workors. Xotetl Men To Kpouk. Mon noted all over the world will be speakers at the Celebration In from June 20 to July 13, of the centennial of Methodist Missionary work. Among those who have promised to speak are General Leonard Wood and William J. Bryan. It expected that General Pershing will speak if ho gets back to America In time and other soldiers and states-i.i.are being pledged to attend Col-amb- ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. Muster Coiiuiil-Mou- cr Mar- tin, Hartford. 'TruMeo Jury Fund Hartford. I Cal P. Keown, jlst j Monday In March 13 days Com'th. and Civil. 1st Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. 1st Monday In July 12 days Com'th. and Civil. '3d Monday In September 12 days Civil. 4th Monday In November 12 days Com'th. and Civil. COUNTY 20. -- m i anti-typh- us 1 ten-ilen- cv Your Strength By Conserving Your one-tim- e Nervous Energy For Nervousness or Sleeplessness, Try . n 1 1 Mil5 A Nerve Sedative containing Ingredients recognized by Specialists as having great value in the Treatment of Nervous Diseases. 1 COURT. MoetB first Monday In each month. Judge Mack Cook. , Count j Alt'j. A. D. Kirk. Clcik W. C. Ulankenshlp. SlieiifT S. A. llrntcher. Kiiverlnteiideiit E. S. Howard. Ky. Jailer Worth Tlchcnor. ( Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday In T Commissioner D. U. Ward. February; let Monday In April; 1st Bimcjor C. S. Moxley. Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In AuCoroner U. P. Rodgors. gust; 1st Monday In October; 1st Monday In December. FISCAL COURT. County Board of Etnmlners 1910 Meets first Tuesday in April and E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sandc-fu-r, October. W. S. Hill. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford. Jan. 21 and 25 Common school Routo 3. Hartford, 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Dcav-e- r diploma examination. Horn or Dam and Fordsvllle. Dam. May, 9 and 10 Common school Q B. Brown, Simmons. Hrd District G. W. Rowe. Center-tow- n. Beaver Dam and Fordsvllle Itli District May 10 nnd 17 County teachers' W. C. DaUKherty.Uatze-tow- n. examination. Cth District (White) Hartford. County teachers' May, 23 and 21 (Ith Dlstrlrt W. S. Dean, Dundee. examination (colored) Hartford. 7th Dlstilet B. F. Rice. Fordsvllle. Juno, 20 and 21 County and State 8th District U. C. Rhoadcs, Hart- te.ichors(' examination (white) Fords-lllford, Routo C. June, 27 and 2S County and HARTFORD. state teachers' examination (colored) Mayor J. E Bean. ' n, o. - To prevent apples which are to be servod raw from becoming discolored, put them, after paring, into a very weak salt solution (1 to 2 per cent.) the United States Department of Agriculture suggests. A silver knife- Is better to use lor paring apples, pears, and other fruits than one of steel, as the bteel frequently discolor the fruit and sometimes leaves a noticeable flavor. If 1 "Wore a r.inncr. If I were a farmer 1 would koep at hand a fyw reliable medicines for minor ailments that are not so serious as to require the attention of a physician, such as Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel complaints. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for coughs, colds and croup. for Chamberlain's ' Liniment, sprains, bruises and rheumatic pains. Chamberlain's Tablest for stomach Aolil Apple Discoloration. to Danzig and the Saar valley. claim to Malmedy is also now The char-ac,teriz- ed -- without satisfactory results tor anj tion. scrofulous disease, for blood ison. Hy having these articles at hand ,1JKV. ISOYCi: TAYLOR JiAXDS .IX JAIL chronic rheumatism, malaria, luonle a it would often save tho trouble of liver and stomach trouble, trip to town in the busiest season or or in fact any of the UWa - for me to Murray, Ky.. April 10. The Rev. in the night, and would enable I (' 'whleh It Ik recommended Iront slight ailments as soon as they II. Royce Taylor, pastor of the Mur-ra- v Inil uld more ltiitit 1st Cliureh. who was com let- - 'Mendenhall, Eansvillo, appear, and thereby avoid the Comp.u'. borious diseases that so often fol- - ed recently, of violating an order of by Ohio County Diug o-o- troubles, bllIiouness and constipa- In a speech at Uerlin, Dr. Schlffer, Minister of Finance in the new Cabinet, said, "I take a most solemn oath that the Government will not surrender to the enomy ono inch of Gorman territory, either east or west." In the Prussian Assembly, Premier Hirch declared that the Government had no intention of giving up tho eastern districts of the State and he considered it the State's chief duty to waid off all attacks, especially all those aimed at West Prussia, Poon, and upper Silesia. According to a Paris report, the Prussian National Assembly has voted unanimously against the relinquishment by Germany ot any of the Rhine territory, especially the Saar basin, are multiplying all over Germany. Meetings of protest, the report says, These meotings, it appears, are being organized throughout Germany by tho Count von Brockdorff-RantzaForeign Secretary. u, as exhorbitant. Kittle was engaged, and her girl friends wore vorj interested. one. "How did it feel," asked while Billy was proposing to you? "Oh," laughed Kitty, twisting her lovely dinniond ring, "two or thre. times I felt like supplying tho words knew he was groping for; but, of course, that wouldn't have been Un tiling to do at all, would it?" 1 Clerk J. A. Howard. Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Marshal E. P. Casobler. ROCKI'ORT. Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Police Judge John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Langford -- Hartford. July, Hartford. 7-- Ohio County Institute. Sopt., 19 and 20 County and Stato teachers' examination, (white) Hartford. Sept. 2C and 27 County and State encters' examination (colored) AT ALL DRUGGISTS , A POOL AT 10. Got1heGcnulna--gr- a M,LCMeP,CALCO.E,ah.rt,,nd. i It is an old proverb that every m l is either a fool or a physician at ! Well, I fooled along to years in the drug business and practice of medicine before I perfected a blood medicine that I thought and knew I could offer the public with impunity. I have perfected "Number 40 For The Blood," and to show you that 1 do not wish to fool you I will iend you your money by mail If jou return the front of tho cartoon with tho statement that you have tried one hottlo of Number 10 For The Blood ! i !;siCW 31 ! S Health Sj 1'" . "W" yK-- M y Every Cake Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous Bitters ! veaknesse they are the suptcme remedy, a; thousands have testified. It is the best and ftmale . 3 About S Gone kj p. p pMot!fs ! FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE medicine ever sold over a druggis 'a counter. , ) J 1 ft t Many women thousands ol i low. m rlin Ktntn Hoiinl of Health NKW YORK MKTIIODIST RAP lMCACK COUNCIL Now York, April 12 A report deploring that "the attention of tho world was turned upon future war proven! ion," involving 'long delay," instead of upon Immediato adjustment of claims of boundary, indemnity and reparation, was adopted by the Now York conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church after tho report had been objected to by Bpcakers as equivalent to crltism of President Wilson. James S. Day, chancollor of Syracuse University, w ho prepared tho report, said he had "very htudiously" kept the namu of President Wilson out of tho document because of "tho extreme sonsltlvonoss and tondornoMS of some of tho members of this con fer one n politically." Till. t.DWIft l.llllllml tfl t lift lnntinPft liohlllltr sorvlcos at his church while the flu ban was on, surrendered hlm.self to tho sheriff at C o'clock tonight and was placed In a coll ot the Calloway County jail. At the time of his recent conviction a flno ot $100 was assessed against him in the County Court. He refused, it is said, to pay the fine, and the court had just issued a bench warrant to the sheriff to enforce judgement. Unless ho pays tho flno the minister must remain bohlud tho bars, for 1C0 uays. l'uuiic senliment is sharply divided hero regarding tho situation, ono side taking the stand that tho minister ie only potting his just due for defying the sluto law, and tho other leganlms him as a martyr. 1)V METHODIST EPISCOPAL flll'RCH AlTIMl'lES Educational Cimipulgn. Probably tho greatest educational by a campaign ever undtrtaken church is that now being launched by tho Centenary Movement of the Methodist Episcopal Church and the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, which together plan to raise !f 1 for Missionary work, at Moro than homo and abroad. will be spent on schools and touchers for tho untaught children of tho woild, and liibtruction for grown people who havo had little or no schooling In their youth. Of this sum a considerable amount will bo spent on educational v.'oik In our own United Slates. To Itulld Hospitals. To alleviate human buffering and cure diboasos through the extension of its groat bystoni of hospital con-to- rs in number, in now twonty-si- x countries whero groupos ot millions of pcoplo are without adequate attention, tho Board of Foreign MisEpiscopal sions of tho Methodist $2,2SS,C24 in Church will spend moro hospitals building rorty-flv- o dispensaries in forand twenty-fou- r eign countrios as a rosult of the Methodist Contonary movement to raUo "5110,000,000 for world reconstruction. This is an entirely soparate venhosture from that of tho forty-eigpitals maintained by the Methodist Church, in Aim rlca, Eolscopul through which pass annually over 90,000 patients. A ISulu To Tins Centenary. A Httlo cotton will bo planted for tho Lord this spring by colored Mothodlbts on thousands ot plantations. With tho slogan "Glvo a Balo to tho Centenary ," tho cotton growers ure promising from one to eight or ton acres of their land for growing $11,-000,0ht suffering from womanly trouble, liavc been benefited by (he use of Cardul, the woman's tonic, according to letters we receive, similar lo Una one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell, ofHayne, N.C. "I could not stand on my feet, and just suffered terribly,"" she says. "As my suffering was so peat, and he had tried other remehad us dies, Dr. get Cardul. . . I began Improving, and it cured t. iw j"rv I i i vi a VKfe8 rJ T m Every Woinnii Wnns - m L For die CMdreii A Safe, emu n&e mi s. a vt a 6W Remedy for Worms At ream rnntlnn ou ue U lite (mm trnMiiiotilal I KKY'S KItMIt HtUr Keep a battle always 'n tiamt. It will help krep thu little one happy anil hoaltliy. 2Tm- a txjttlo at jrour tires or ce ne rat torei or If your deafer can't upply you end hH name and 3W, In lamp-and we'll wild you a buttla )OU STontj Jlr'l SiD 1 Hit iii DissolveJ In mict for douche. top pelvic catnrrh, ulcern Jen nntl infloni- Rffunmpriilfrl l.v Iviti. P malion linitham Med. to. lor len yrars. rt ncaiing Mondvr lor natnl ciilnrrli, ore throat and soro eye Econoir.icaL Hs ritisniuiiitry clraoima sml cerauuJal power. SarzlliFrve. 50. all drucsuu. or iu..d.kJ by waj. ThPlljiiToilrtCooipnr. liloa.Mm. J IO PRRSDNAI HVRII.NP flta USELinER-LA- K know, and my me. doctor knows, what Cardul did for me, for my nerves and health were about gone." I promptly E. & S. FREY BALTIMORE MD. TAKE For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. i 2ssm ;:i:;;:;;i:::iiT.i-;- ? ' For Billions Tumbles. To promote a healthy action of the lt.,i-- Tlie Woman's Tonic She writes further: " I am in splendid health . , . can do my work. 1 feel I owe it to Cardul, for I wa3 in dreadful condition." Ii you arc nervous, rundown and weak, or suffer from headache, backache, etc., every month, try Cardul. Thousands of women praise this medicine for the good it ha3 done them, and many physicians who have used Cardul successfully witli their women patients, for Here is your opportunity to Insure against cmliatrsijinj errors in ariclling, oor choice of pronunciation und words. Know the meaning of puzzling war terms. Increase your efficiency, wluch results in power and success. ....1 w...w. Hin fllui.lilllVU .tiiiuml , 1... l.lllt,.. ......-- 1t.r.,nt,nHliilni Tntl. WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY 1h j I ' I . Socialism and othor forms of anaieh- - glen in cupsulos to Mrs. Ism 'shall nut pass." answered "This is runsonablo as qui- ltlno in capsules us woll lib jdlls and MARCHING TROOPS tablets Is somotlmes pasbed by tho Upon luvestiga- ENDANGER BRIDGES j patient unchanged. tlon ho found this to bo tho case with l.iimlmi M.'iri'li :t On nmnv tiini. Oila ivirt Irnlli r 'nntlfint nnd WiiH emu. " porary bridges in Franco it was ie- - polled to glvo qululno In liquid form on I rod that marching troops get out to get any results." J. C. Momlen or stop so that tho synchronized shook hall 40 years a druggist, Kvnnsvlllo, of their marching would not imperil Inil. MondonhaU's Chill and Fovor Tonic is in solution quickly absorbed the structure. Some ot the large bridge of Lon- by tho stomach, so pleasant to tho tustu that children will ask for it. don are similarly prot.'tod. Iho bridgo over the Mmlo with and without arsenic Sold suspension Thames from Cholsea to Daltorea by Ohio County Drug Co. ot Bolshovlwm asserting that "certain lots aro oxcollont. Try them and bob in our own how quickly thoy give you a relish for dostructho Socialists country woio defending It," and do- - yoiir f00ii and banish that dull and glared that tho United Status must stupid fueling. m "awako to the preservation" ot PROVES QUININE Amorieu's Institutions, laws and cut,- - EXPERIENCE tonm which have for a contury and ai IX CAPSULES UXRELIABLK liulf "been the hope of all mankind."! Sovoral yoara ago a doctor called "We trust In God," ono paragraph at my drug storo and stated that ho of the report reud. "Bolshevism, Red was getting no offect from quinine nn inu; tfichi-r- , n univeiHu! question uiMVuriT, iiviilu to nurt your nit'da. It in in daily ujo hy crsifuluu nni iwuun itlio world mcr. luiiidrcd!i of ihuiiHsitids of utic- ( 400,000 Words. 3700 6000 11. lustrations 12,000 lllo'lruplilrull n- tries. J0.0U0 ,co2rur.hlc;ii hubju la4e. rod richt nil tno time, uon't inv on from work for days by taking cnlomoJ when pleasant Liv- - VevLax keeps yo on our foot, whiloreliovinuyour troulx Jo. Safer too, nnd easy ,to take. Don't tako anything else. You can't niTord it. Eliminates jxjisons, cleanses syn-terami rclioves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in itauctions, eurj in Its effect mid certain in results. II wlH won't bo long beforo i'u- completely displace calomel m evtT liome.t Children can take it freely an with perfect eafcty. Every bottlo COc and $1 in bottles, Non Rcnuino without thu likeness and siprtia L, K. Grigsby. For salo by " turo of II W1LMAMH. - Uarlfon! n Ve-Lguar-nnteed. 1'aiiaini 1'u ilio ) iiiiIioii, ntCLUH aid IMIAl'AI'Ut I'dilloitt. WltlTlr for 'ixonrn I'ipt I'KI'I! I'uiLcl Map u you uanw tills luinr CR'NDrillF. (Ilwhi st Award) t. WILL YOU. TAKE OUR fh I lii G. & C. (WEnniAM CO. fcixliiili.'lj, Mass., U.H. A. GERMINAL REMEDY A ' years, endorse this medicine. Think what it means to be In splendid health, Give like Mrs. Spell. Cardul a trial. . Treatment All Druggists b:iWirafHl Na I mmaassmBA &L:- (or WEAK - LUNGS oi CONSUMPTION I A'-hu- rt SK! ,mi ik iiMismmiim av A quick relief (or that lired, run down (celiac, cousbs, pains In cheil. nliihl sweats, hvnior tbai'O, weak luucs or cpnsumplioa. It it dots aol help you II costs you oolhlnj. g FOR ONE MONTH miiziiMrAur.ziiw.hm'm OHIO MEDICAL GO, Lock box oio COLUMBUS.a rSk saiti. iii 'in ""fill' i if r n Km Miirinii nun nm 4 K CALIFORNIAN COMING HOME TO VOTE FOR ED CSriSdren Cry for Fletcher's L. P. Crowdcr Writes Herald He Will Turn Up Nov. 4 nusmxEsjaiMraiEDmffiam 4 racKxzsroxzzznzcnKas&xi Loutsvlllo Herald. Thf spirit of a united Republican parly in Kentucky that will devote Its ovcry energy In tho next few months Ibe are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. BLANK DEHDS9 MORTGAGES, c&q., If You IN STOCK, have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad55 in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Hartford Printing Company ixcoupoiiATnn t HARTFORD, OFFICIAL SUMMARY OF REVISED KENTUCKY tions ot tho league for the purpose or particular disputes, and if they LEAGUE OF NATIONS COVENANT fall to comply may bo forced.) '(F) Not to consider any treaty binding till It has been communicated ' Paris, April 12 An official sum- - tho assembly. Other Powers have to the league which will then pro raary of the revised covenant of the tho right to sit as members ot the ceed to publish It, to admit tho right council during the decision of of the assembly to ndviso the reconLeague of Nation. Issued sideration of treaties and Internaspecific mention ot the Monroe 'tors In which they are especially tional conditions which do not accord with respect to Its hearing tenanted. "in the council, as In the assembly, with present needs, and to be bound on tho future activities of the league. uflch State will hove only one vote. by no obligations inconsistent with It says: covonan. doos not affect the Both tlieso bo'dles are to meet at tho covenant. Tho "A Stato which breaks its agreeengago- - stated Intervals (the council at least vall'dltv ot international ' ments.'such as treaties of arbitration onco a year) and at other tlmen.lf re-- ments may bo expelled from tho regional undorstnndlngs like tho 'quired; both can deal with any mat- - league by the council. Monroe Doctrlnu Upheld. Jlonroo Doctrine, for securing the tor that is ot international interest or that threatens the peace of the maintenance of peace." Fourth The covenant does not 1. n. .Imili.lnll 1.1 ilf Imtli lltlll't lin .u affect the vadUy of lnternatlonal Tho loaguo, says tho statement, norm; i..c- except In certain sped- - 0ngagemellt3 wich as treatIes of ar. unanimous, lncludo all bolllgorent and neuwill lied cases, matters of procedure, for tral states named in n document an- instance, being decided by a majority b,traUon or rcgona, unaerstamUnBS ,,ko he Monn)0 DoctrlnC( for se nexed to tho covenant ,and "In the 'curing the maintenance of peacq. country vot0, futuro any "The league will have a permanent "Fifth The former German colo- mf whoso admlfslon is approved by already mem- Secretarlat, under a Secretary'Gen- - ,,e3 anj tne territories of the Otto- of tho States Do You Sleep Well? cral. The Secretariat and all other man Empire are to be administered bers ot tho league." To bo at his best a man must have league may include in tno interests of civilization by the sound, refreshing sleep. When Provided It has kept Its obliga- bodies under tho vomon, equally with men.' A per- - states which are willing to bo uuui- - wakeful and restless nt night ho is in tions, a Stuto may withdraw from tho court of international justice datorios of the league, which will ex- - no condition tor woru or business lcaguo on giving two years' notice, manont 'uring the day. Wakefulness is of- -. which signify their dUsent,""11 varIous Permanent commissions - orclse general supervision. nnd States "Sixth Tho member States ac- - ten caused by indigestion and.constl- fmn, nmnnilnioiits nnnroved bv all and bureaus are also to be establishcept cortain responsibilities with re- - patlon, and is quickly relieved by the States on tho council and a ma- e1- "Thlrd Tho moinber States agree: gard to labor conditions, tho treat- - Chamberlain's Tablots. Try a dose jority ot thoso in the assembly, are "(A) To reduco their armaments, niont of natives, the white slave ot these tablets and see how much not bound by them', but, In such case, plans for such reduction being sug- - tralUc, the opium t raffle, tho arms better you feel with a clear head and ceaso to bo members of tho league m good digestion. Gorman gosted by tho council, but only adopt- - trattlc with uncivilized and tho for Mondntorlcs 3-flio territories ot tho Ot- - ed with the consent of the States llzed countries, transit 'and trade and Empire are provided. Thoso. thomselves, and thereafter not to in- - dltlons, public health and Red Cross DOES liUDKNIIOKKF L1K TO SHIELD .MASTER? colonies and territories aro to bo ad- crease them without the concurrence societies. "Seventh Tho loague is recognlz- ministered by Statos willing to be of tho council. "(II) To exchange full Information ed as tho central body interested In (By Soltrldgo Hennegaii.) inundatories of tho league, which will and assisting interna of their existing armies and their na- Stockholm, Sweden "I am nlono exorclso general supervision. tional. activities generally. to blamo for the coutlnunnco of the Tho following olllclal summary of .val and military programmos. "Eighth Amendments to tho cov- - war, with its horrors' and tragedies. '(C) To respoct oach other's torrl- tho covonant of tho Loaguo of Natory nnd personal independence, and enant require tho approval of all tho Tho kaiser begged me to effect a comtions was Issued this ntternoon: "First The Loaguo of Nations Is to guarantee them against foreign Statos or tho council nnd a simple promise, but I remained firm. I majority ot those, in tho assembly. thought wo could win a military vicfounded In ordor to promote inter- aggrosslon. "(I)) To submit all international Status which signify tholr distent tory." and (o secure national peace. Tho loaguo will include: (n) disputes eithor to arbitration or to In- - from amendments thus approved are In unhard, blttor voice, void of any The bolligoront oiates named in a quiry by tho council, which lattor, not bound by them, but, In this case, trace of remorse, Gun. Ludondorft litdocument annexed to the covenant howovor, may not pronounce an oplu- - cease to bo membors of the league." erally spat those words at mo across mQ & i. (b) All tho neutral States named, und lion on ny dispute whose subject imi.i tho tablo ot u room in the Hotel matter falls solely within a State's (c) In' the futuro nuy Ho was attired in a trook coat Mini In kdum nf Surtrftniia country whose ndmlssljn Is npprov domestic jurisdiction: In no ease to Cuts. llurns. Bruises and Wounds the with dark trousers, and thero was not of tho Statos alroady go to war till throe months after- - K,m TroKtuient ed by 1U0it ,m,lortimt a pleasing fouturu in his countenance, ward, or an unanimous rocommonda- - Wh(m nn Qtmmt ant, members of the loaguo. as, looking mo full In tho faco, he Uc "A Stato may withdraw from tho tlon has been mado, and oven then piled promptly, thoro is no danger of proceeded to explain how Gormany ..... 4.. .... ... ..... m ...111. .. C...A Milnl. u. league providing It has kept Its obui lu b iu """"'infection and the wound begins to failed to securo victory. accepts the award. ligations to date, on giving two years' "Gormany could have wou tho war, hml at onCQ Kof US(J m mm or "(E) To regard a State which has bQagt UoroMne ,a tuo ,dea, An ho said with somo heat . "Gormany, notice. loaguo will act broken the covenant as having com- Socond Tho R nQW with her powor for organization tc and IIeH, A ,, for an through an ussombly comprising not mltted an act of war against the am, be omorgeucj, Prlco .should have beon victorious, but sho moro than throe representatives of league, to break off all economic and 2B 50C( $1 0 and ?1 5Q At tho very outset of S(),d b was betrayed. each of tho member States, each other relations with it and to allow Ohio County Drug Co. ui the campaign some of our trusted Stato having only ono voto, and a free passage through their territories I leaders failed tho kaiser, and later ma council comprising for tho present to the troops ot those States which tho failure ot the peoplo ot Germany. one ropresentatlvo of each of tho five aro contributing armed force on beTherein lies tho secret ot our defeat. 1 groat Powers and each of four other half of tho league. The council is "Had tho army recelvod tho wholeus selected from time to time to recommend what amount ot force, Powers hearted support ot the nation wo For Infants and Children aliittiljl Itn onrr1tnil lit li n nai n ti by the assembly. should have crushed all resistance, meinbors of Powors of each oral Governments concerned, but the! In Us ForOVCr30 YeafS Hut, when tho people failed us, when "Tho class roprosonted on tho council may approval ot the latter is necessary. Always bears tho nation grew weary of the strugthe gle, when private grievances were be incroase'd by the unanimous con- (States not membors of tho league Signature of sent of the council and a majority of will bo Invited to accept the obllga- placed first, and the nation's exist- t, mai-iiiaken or uui.. .u to "righting tho wrong of 1315" has ponetratcd to tho far reaches of Southern California. At Whlttlor, Cal., moro than l,S0O miles distant from Kentucky, there Is a transplanted Ohio County Republican who Is nursing the remembrance of 1915 and waiting eagorly to return to Kentucky and vote for Kdwln P. Morrow for governor. Ills name Is L. P. Crowder and he lives at 32C South Greenleaf street, Whlttier. In a let ter to the Herald Mr. Crowder asserts tho Republicans of Kentucky "neod not seek better timber than Morrow for governor." He expresses the hope that voters at tho primary will decide against handlcaplng Morrow's candldjry with party "drones" and lnelsta that If men aro nominated who can command the respect of people at the commonwealth Morrow's vic tory li a foregone conclusion. "CmintcMl Out" Four years Ago. Mr. Crowder writes In part as fol lows: "I am from Ohio county, Kentucky, and have been watching political events In my home state with much Interest. 1 can tell from tho spirit of the Republicans In Kentucky that Ed Morrow will be our nominee for Governor. No better timber need be sought. Ho was honestly elected years ago and. as I firmly believe, was dishonestly counted out. Then It was he displayed his manly qualities and smilingly accepted the result. How different from the Democrats ot Kentucky ever ready to file a con- tost! "As I view it, it is written In the hearts of the voters ot Kentucky re gardless ot party to elect Ed Morrow governor this coming November. They know that Ed measures up to their estimate of a moVs man. They know that he plays tho game squarely and because he does this they know that he doesn't have to carry iny cold decks around with him or depend upon jokers up his sleeve. "Now, caution Is tho mother of safety. My advice to the party Is to guard against putting any drones on the stato ticket that must stand or Nominate only fall In November. mon who can carry not only the full strength of tholr own party but who will command tho respect of all the You people of the commonwealth. may depend upon it, Ed Morrow wjll do the rest! "Remembering the many hard-fougbattles wo have had in old Kentucky, especially in Ohio County, I am counting tho days until I shall turn my faco eastward once again and returning to Kentucky In November will cast my ballot for the nephew of that great G. O. P. leader, tho late William O. Bradley, who I have always regarded as the father of tho Republican party In Kentucky." ht in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- C&ftrTjZjjrZfr, sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow n0 9at t0 deceive you in thls All Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants aud Children Experience against Experiment. "Just-as-good" Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrishncss arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR SA GENUINE &-- f CASTOR A 1 AE.WAYS raBrrasSJ2 s9Ecars the Signature of WteX JW AT rs JT flr mr J'ieaao" 0&&&$ jr & pr tBFfksmaiaaiZ'&rm r- - f Mi n Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought FO RFINE JOB PRINTING Of All Kinds Call on The Republican. jLOOK Hfi R B Rockport has a picture gallery and is prepared to make what you want Busts, Full Forms and Family Groups, Copying and Enlarging. Bring me your Kodak Work to Finish. enco last, is it to bo wondered at that 1917 to yield to a compromise. our soldiers grow weary, too, after Says People Failed. tho terrinhle bloodshed and suffering "I tell you I am responsible for tho they were called un'on to undergo." continuance of tho war. I relied upon the support of tho whole nation, The nicest I.k. "It is correct to say that when In and that was denied me, hence I failTho 19 1C you were appointed to the com- ed and others with me failed. mand it was with the object in fin- kaiser and tho crown prince are Innoishing the war, with the object of cent of guilt." m a. effecting peace?;' I asked. Ludcudorff stood up, and banging Farmers and others who Hva at a his fist on the desk, said hotly: distance from a drug store should "There was nover a bigger He In- keep In the house a bottle of Ballard's vented. I was called upon to take Snow Liniment. It may be needed at command whon the armies were in a any time tor cuts, wounds, sores, Hut my orders sprains and rheumatism. It is a critical condition. were to win tho war and make peace. poworful healing and penetrating There had been blunders; Iwas sent remedy. Prlco 25c, 50c and SI. 00 to rectify them, and I claim I suc- er bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug m ceeded in my task. Even in those Company, far-o- ff days, it was easy to see that tho nation was not supporting the Whon ou navo liver army In the way that was nccessii' or kidneys aro suro Backache the gear. to be out of my first task was to appeal to Try Sanol, it does wonders for the and tho nation. In that appeal I was on- liver, kidneys and bladder A trial ly partially successful, but the sol- 50c bottlo will convince you. Get It 4C-at tho drug storo diers remained firm. "At homo thero were, people Who Bad breath, bitter taste, dizziness sighed for peaco at any prlco, and and a general "no account" feeling Is they worked earnestly for tho 'accom- a suro sign of a torpid liver. Hcr-bin- o plishment of tholr purposes. Hut day Is tho medicine needed. It after day my difficulties Increased. makes tho liver active, vitalizes the The power of our enomies was grow- blood, regulates the bowels and re ing, their will for destruction becom- stores a flue feeling of energy and ing stronger and stronger. Yet, 1 cheerfulness. Price GO cents. Sold fought on, 'hoping wo should receive by Ohio County Drug Company. m tho support of our people, which nlono was necessary for a speedy termination of hostilities nnd victory. A RARE BARGAIN. Throughout that support was withhold. A Combination of Lead"It was not until August, 1918, I surronderod my ideas. I saw ing Periodicals that may be that then tho hopolosnote of continuing Read with Pleasure and tho strugglo. The morale of the men profit by every Member of was undermlnod by the wicked Influences at work In tho tntherluud. your Family. "J commuulcatod my thoughts to HERE IS OUR OFFER: the Kalsor, and his mujosty seUed up The Hartford Republican, on tho idea of poace. 'At last,' he' oxclulmed fervently. 'Thank God I Farm and Fireside, have lived to see my generals say Woman's World, enough ot bluodshod.' , consent und "With tho kaiser's full Cincinnati Weekly En approval I communicated to tho chan- quirer, ALL FOUR ONI cellor tho Information that tho GerYEAR ONLY $2.30. man armies could not hope to win a victory, und that diplomacy must now Prices are still advar play her part." md we cannot guarant I asked Gen. Ludondorft whether tho crown prince was, as hns becu offer very long. Bl btated, anxious for war. TAKE ADVANTAC "Anxious?" ho asked in amazement. "Tho crown prince, like his and save the differs father, sought only peace. His one dress. desire was to see Germany at peace Hartford with her neighbors. "The crown prlueet begged me la Hi yr two-thir- con-tom- Ad-Io- n. ae-rpi- two-thir- .,. .. C ASTO R A ffl&& 4 fr Rd "Save The Surface And You Save All" National Slogan, of the Paint Manufacturers' Axsoclutlon, HenMin 1010 -- . 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OHIO- COUNTY DRUG COMPANY - (Incorporated) HARTFORD, MASTER - KENTUCKY. -- COM.UISSIOXER'S SALE. retained as additional security MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder nt tho Court House (liven under my hand as Commisdoor, in Hartford, Kentucky, on Ohio Circuit Court. sioner of the Ohio Circuit Court, Ohio Circuit Court. Monday, the 5th day of May. 1919, S. H. Oglesby. etc., Plaintiffs. J5ar.ll)' J. Vineyard. Plaintiff, this the lStli day of April, 1919. one o'clock P. M., on a credit of at Vs; Notice of Sale. OTTO C. MARTIN, Vs. six and twelve months, the followGreek Aklns, Defendant. Commhuiinner, 42t" Mixelln lialze. et til., Defendants. ing described real esetate in Ohio l!y virture of a judgemont and My vittue of a judgment and order Woodward & Kirk, Taylor and sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, county, und bounded as follows: f Bale of the Ohio Circuit Court, en- Glenn, Attorneys. Beginning at a corner of grantor's entered at its March term, 1919, in tered at its March term, 1010. In th.i tbove styled action for the purpose MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. the above styled action, for the pur- and G. W. Simpson's line in L. M. pose of paying the costs of this ac- Hunsaker's line, running west with t paying the claims of the plaintiff, tion, together with tho costs of this Simpson's line 121 poles to a stake amounting to $22,45, the costs of Ohio Circuit Court sale and a distribution of the balance in Pond Run creek; then S. 49 polej ihh. action and sale and tho divis- Harve Condit, et al., Plaintiffs. of tho proceeds among the parties en- to two black oaks; thonco east 121 ion of the balance of the proceeds Vs; Notice of Sale titled thereto, I will offer for snle nt poles to whlto oak; thonco north 49 (Huong the parties entitled thereto Ex Parte, Defendants. 1 will oiler for sale at public: outcry Hy vlrturo of a judgement and or- -' public outcry to the highest aud best poles to tho beginning, containing 40 Jo the highest und best bidder, at der of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court, bidder at tho court house dour, in acres more or less, and being a porMcf-forthe Court Houso door, in Hartford, entered at its March term, 1919, in Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday the tion ofbyland convoyed to J. M. Com- d, F. L. Felix, Master Kentucky, on .Monday, the 5th day tho above styled action, for the 5th day of May, 1919, at one o'clock missioner of of Hay, 1910 ,at tho hour of un purpose of a sale aud distribu- P. M., on a credit of six and twelve by deed datedtho Ohio Circuit Court, Nov. 21th, 1908, and the following described u'elock P. M., upon n credit of six tion of the proceeds, after tho months, in Commissioner's deed and twelve month, tho following de- payments of all costs Including the real estate in "Ohio county, Ken- recorded book, H, pago 180, Ohio County scribed real estate, situated in Ohio costs of thin sale, I will offer tucky: One houso and lot In Centertown, Court Clork's ollice, and convoyed to Kounty, Kentucky, on the waters of for sale at public outcry to the Muddy creek, and bounded us fol- highest and hi'st bidder at tho Court Ky., and bounded as follows: Be- Thomas M, Kennody, by Hubort Mof-foand wife on tho 8th day of lowsPeing the same owned and House door, in the town of Hartford. ginning at John T. Rone's east corliold by V. II. Stowart, his gruntora Kentucky, on Monday tho 5th day of ner; thenco south about S2 feet; August, 1910, deed of record in deed and his. successors for more than May. 1919, at one o'clock P. M., on a thence west about 120 foet; thonco book 28, page I!72, Ohio County, forty yoars by paying taxen on same credit of six and twelve months, the north with tho McKlnney line to Court Clerk's ollice. Tho purchaser will be required to ftad actually residing on saino nnd followiiiK doscribed real estate situat- lohn T .Rono's lino about 82 .feet; execute his bonds, with security to bo (touting po.ofcnJon of name to a woll ed In Ohio County .Kentucky, on tho thonco with Roue's Hue to tho approved by the Commissioner im-- 1 tieflued and marked boundary, which wutors of Rough creek and bounded The purchaser will bo required to mediately after salo and a lion .will, Loiuing wan adverse to the world for as follows: Itegiultig at a stone and more than forty years next to ami hickory stump on tho bank of rough execute his bonds, with approved se- bo rotained as additional security. aftor the sale Said bonds to hour interest at tho before the 20th day of January. 1902. river, said stump being the Htiimn of curity immediately j and since has been so owned and the tree called for In former deeds to .mil a Hen will bo rotained as ad- rate of G per cent per annum. Given under my hand as CommisSaid bond to bear keld by bin widow and heirs at law this land, kuown an the Spangler ditional security. la bounded and described as fol- tract; thonco du.' south 308 polen to interest at the rate of G per cent per sioner of the Ohio Circuit Court, this mo loin day or April, 1919. , lows: a willow and black o.'k on the north in num. OTTO C. MARTIN, Givon nndor my haifd ah Comiuiu-sdonBeginning nt tho mouth of a bank of Grassy crook; thence down Commissioner. t ranch on the south sldo of Muddy Grassy creok to Rough river; thence mo of the Ohio Circuit Court, this 42t." L. Heavrin, Attorney. M. lbtu uay ot April, 1919. -eeV, cornor with Jack Miller, and up mild river to the begiiiing, cono-OTTO C. MARTIN, rnnulnif thence southeastornly course taining 100 acres, more or less. CommUsIou'r NOTICE STOCKMEN. with wild Miller's line to his cornor This land to be sold subject to a 42t;i John T. Rone, Attorney. with Henry llur, from thence an lion in the sum of $ 124.38 with Ina easterly course with Her to one of terest from Nov.. 2Glu, 1917 in favor Tho Hoavor Dam Ilroeders Assoliar's corners; from thonco north of the Infant, Hyron V. Williams, and MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ciation, having purchasod of George with Iler's line to another of his a Pen In tho mini of $12438, with incorners; thence easterly with an- terest from Nov., 20th, 1917. In fivvor Ohio Circuit Court. Sowdera, Mountain Doy, a black Jack, other bald Iler's lines to another one of i lie infant. Lou belle Williams. Robert Kennedy, Admr., etc., PI'ff. eligible to resistor. Alo a registered vl his corners; thence his southornly ' Vs. Notice ot Sale. Tho purchaser will bo required to jacK. aim a registered Perchorou'i course to Iler's corner with Jarnu-gl- execute lila bonds Immediately after Laura Kennedy, etc.. Defts. thonco with Jnruagln's iino to sale, with security approved by the Dy virtue of a Judgment and ordor stallion, ot Fisher & Walker, of Kv-- J bis corner with J. C. Leach, and from Commissioner, iu two equal payments ' ot sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, en- nnsvme, Indiana. Wo aro now thence with J. C. Leach's lino to his und bearing interest at 0 per cent per tered at Its March term, 1919, In to sorvo you, at our barn, In! corner to Muddy crcok; thence to tho nnuum aud a lien will bo retained on the above styled action for the pur-potMuddy creek to tho boglnnlng, con- the land sold as additional iiecurity. ot paying the Indebtedness of lloaver Dam, Ky. Wo will bo glad!! taining 1.10 ucrcs, tuoro or less. Given under my baud as Commits-lon- the estate of Thomas Kennedy, de- to have you call und Inspect those Tho purchaser will bo required to of the f nio Circuit Court, tbia ceased, the costs of this action and animals before breedhig elsewhere. mxute bond Immediately aftor sale the loth day of April, 1919. the costs ot this sale, aud a distribu- For description see posted bills. ftlt security to bo accepted by tho OTTO C. MARTIN, tion ot the balance of the proceeds T1MA IftlTI TA1t TiliYxnr.mtn ... Commissioners, payable In six aud 42U among the heirs ot tho said Thomas Unn.1 F4l W;.U XJJIUaiJCmS AOO IS. Taaaaaaaaaaaaaa Commissioner. By Chas. W. Mulllkln, Sec. '.wolvo mouthjJ and a Hon will ba Harne,'! and .Smith, Attyu. Kennedy, deceased, I will offer for 40t9 of , A Dollar in The Bank w m IS Worth Two in thp Hand 'v fllUVJ " I i : rd It piles up in the Bank be- ' fore you know it. A dollar in the Bank is doubly or valuable. It adds to your sel?respect and helps your credit. nj pro-par- ed BANK OF HARTFORD Hartford, Kentucky. . vwvwvwwvwv to er k'.' f' TVH:r ,', 'irl"l i- -